Rain-hit cricket World Cup may cost insurers millions – industry sources

FILE PHOTO: Cricket - ICC Cricket World Cup - India v New Zealand - Trent Bridge, Nottingham, Britain - June 13, 2019 Groundstaff put covers on the pitch as rain delays play Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Boyers/File Photo

LONDON (Reuters) – Lost revenues from a record number of rain-hit cricket World Cup games in England and Wales may result in insurance claims of a few million pounds for each abandoned fixture, insurance sources say. Broadcasters, organisers, venues, advertising sponsors and catering establishments are among firms to have missed out after four matches were […]

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