Shpageeza Cricket League 2020 will began on September 13
The Afghan cricketers have already returned to practice next time. The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) is going to return cricket to the field after returning the cricketers to practice. The seventh edition of the Shpageeza Cricket League 2020 is set to begin in September.
International cricket has returned to the field since July after a long hiatus due to CoronaCorona. Where the host England is hosting the West Indies at home. International cricket returns to England, but international cricket does not respond to Afghanistan. Rashid Khan and Nabi are returning to the field with domestic cricket as most of the series have been postponed due to Corona.
The Shpageeza Cricket League, Afghanistan’s domestic tournament, starts on September 13. The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) confirmed on Saturday (July 17) that the six-team tournament will be held.
The tournament will run for two consecutive weeks starting from September 13. The final of the competition will be held on September 25. All matches of the tournament will be held at the Kabul Cricket Stadium. This time too the event will be held with the participation of six teams. The teams are Amo Sharks, Bande Amir Dragons, Boost Defenders, Kabul Eagles, Miss Ainak Knights and Spin Ghar Tigers.
Miss Ainak Knights won the title in the last edition. ACB has arranged to show all the matches of the tournament live. Sport RTA will broadcast all the matches. The board has already completed the agreement with them.