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Cricket Australia’s T20 World Cup hopes ‘fade’

Australia women's captain Meg Lanning (C) poses with athletes from different codes L-R: Carlton AFLW General manager and former player Nicole Graves, Victoria Rugby League player Victoria Ansell , Western Bulldogs AFLW player Isabel Huntington, Melbourne Vixens players Rahni Samason and Mwai Kumwenda , Western Bulldogs AFLW player Aisling McCarthy, North Kangaroos AFLW player Jess Duffin and Carlton AFLW player Courtney Webb during ICC T20 World Cup 2020 morning tea to celebrate one-year-to-go to the women’s final at Melbourne Cricket Ground on March 08, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Michael Dodge/Getty Images)

This year's Twenty20 World Cup cricket tournament in Australia looks increasingly likely to be postponed.

The Sydney Morning Herald reported at the weekend that Cricket Australia officials were "resigned" to the tournament being postponed. It is currently scheduled to run from October 18 to November 15.

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