Members of the International Cricket Council’s inspection team will visit the Arnos Vale Ground in St. Vincent today as they continue their second inspection of the 2024 T20 World Cup venues.
Venue inspections started on November 6 at the Kensington Oval in Barbados then the Sir Vivian Richards Ground in Antigua on November 30.
The team will be in Trinidad and Tobago on Saturday to look at the Brian Lara Academy before heading to the Guyana National Stadium on December 15.
The inspection will be a comprehensive assessment of all the host countries and venues for both World Cup and warm-up matches.
This will be the first ICC World Cup to be hosted in the USA and a record 20 teams will be divided into four groups, with 55 matches being played across the competition.
Areas that will be assessed include pitch and outfield preparations, practice facilities, players dressing rooms, broadcast and media facilities, IT and security capabilities, hotels and guest houses, areas for parking, and other key components that are fundamental to the successful staging of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup.”
Once the inspections and assessments are completed, the ICC will compile their findings and communicate any necessary recommendations to CWI and by extension the host countries and match venues.