ICC working on calendar to avoid clashes between men’s and women’s events

Australia celebrates winning the ICC women's T20 World Cup in Melbourne. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

The International Cricket Council said it is working on “complementary” men’s and women’s fixture calendars to avoid clashes like those set to affect the upcoming women’s World Cup.

The flagship women's tournament, which begins in New Zealand on Friday (March 4), is being staged at the same time as major men’s series involving Australia, England, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and West Indies.

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