Allardice, a former Australian first-class cricketer and administrator, was the ICC General Manager, Cricket for eight years. He had previously held a similar role at Cricket Australia
The International Cricket Council apologised to ticket holders who could not enter the stadium where the final will also be staged on 14 November.
Last month, the Marylebone Cricket Club announced it would be replacing the word 'batsman' with 'batter' in the Laws of Cricket. That change will now be reflected across all ICC playing conditions going forward.
Samuels, who played international cricket between 2000 and 2018, was charged by the ICC on behalf of the Emirates Cricket Board for breaching four elements of their T10 League anti-corruption code.
MCC to use gender neutral term 'batters' in laws to 'reinforce cricket's status as an inclusive sport'
MCC encouraged others to adopt the updated terminology following the announcement of the change to the Laws.
Root scored 507 runs in three Tests against India in August, including three important centuries and the form propelled him to the top of the Test Rankings for batters.
The meeting, which was conducted virtually, welcomed Mongolia and Tajikistan as the 22nd and 23rd members of the Asia region, while Switzerland is Europe's 35th member, with the ICC now comprising 106 members in total, including 94 associates.
ICC confirmed the standardised points system for the 2021-23 cycle of WTC, in a press release, which will begin next month, the cut off date of which will be 31 March 2023.
England Women's Sophie Ecclestone, Black Caps' Devon Conway bag ICC Player of the Month awards for June
Left-arm spinner Ecclestone thus became the second English female to win the award after Tammy Beaumont, who was crowned in February.
Sawhney was sent on "leave" in March pending an inquiry after he came under scrutiny for his "abrasive behaviour" with colleagues.
Former SLC analyst Sanath Jayasundara receives seven-year ban for breaching ICC anti-corruption code
The ICC said on Monday that Jayasundara two years ago tried to bribe Sri Lanka’s sports minister and “influence improperly the result, progress, conduct or any other aspect of an international match.”
ICC hands eight-year bans to UAE cricketers Amir Hayat, Ashfaq Ahmed for accepting bribe from Indian bookie
Both cricketers had taken 15,000 AED (United Arab Emirates Dirham totalling $4,083 approx) from an Indian bookie, identified as Mr 'Y' in the ICC charge-sheet for fixing the qualifying round games. Hayat is a medium pacer while Ahmed is a batsman.
Apart from the India-England series, the Ashes later this year will be the only other five-match affair in the second cycle which will end in June 2023.
There was an unsavoury incident, with an ICC spokesperson, saying after stumps: "We received reports of abuse directed at the New Zealand players."
Before the championship, the right-arm pacer revisited some of his 'Instagram memories' during a recent chat with his wife Sanjana Ganesan, who is also a popular TV sports presenter.
Al Jazeera in a documentary — 'Cricket's Match Fixers' — released in 2018 had claimed that India's game against England in Chennai in 2016 and the one against Australia in 2017 in Ranchi were fixed.
South Africa captains fear ICC suspension but apex body says no intervention in governance crisis as of now
The three skippers Dean Elgar, Temba Bavuma and Dane van Niekerk have signed a joint statement expressing their concerns before the ICC statement came as a relief.
Britain added India to the travel 'red list' after the COVID-19 caseload surge.
Captain Kohli and his boys lifted the World Cup in a game largely dominated by Africans.
'Cricket Australia got facts wrong', CSA interim board chairman Nicolaou asks for assessment of tour cancellations and postponements
Nicolaou said Australia didn't give South Africa a chance to clarify the local situation before taking “a unilateral decision.”