The cricket match which called England’s friendly against Holland at Wembley has been called off when will be held on August 10. The match canceled by the Football Association after a third night of London riots. The West Midlands police stated that there’s no reason why the Test between England and India called off at Edgbaston on Wednesday despite the violence at the Birmingham.
The Club England’s managing director, Adrian Bevington wrote at his twitter account that “Deplorable scenes of disorder once more – heading into Wembley now for meetings” before 6 am in Tuesday. The FA’s head of elite development, Gareth Southgate tweets “Right decision. Enough pressure on police force.” Rio Ferdinand posted “England vs Holland game is off, good call. Who wants to see a game of football when our country is in turmoil?”
The spokesman of England and Wales Cricket Board informed that everything is as normal at this stage and they will continue on that basis unless they are told anything different. Warwickshire said a statement “Warwickshire County Cricket Club wishes to respond to the media inquiries it has received by confirming that the third Test match between England and India at Edgbaston will precede as planned, and play will begin tomorrow at 11am as scheduled. If there are any changes to plans, a further announcement will be made.”