Although the impact of Lockdown on competitive action remains in place until at least 1 July 2020 ,plans are being drawn up by cricket board to salvage some of the schedule, even if it is only the international fixtures.
England’s Test series against West Indies was scheduled to have taken place in June.
Nothing is confirmed yet, but Cricket West Indies & ECB have started talks and a schedule could be ready by the end of May 2020.
West Indies are thought to want to travel in early to mid-June, giving them about four weeks for any period of quarantine and practice
Not only will there be an absence of spectators, but these matches are likely to be taking place in a ‘bio-secure’ environment.
That would mean teams staying, training and playing at grounds like Old Trafford and Southampton, which have hotels on site. Whichever venues are chosen, it is probable they will host back-to-back matches, possibly two Tests or three ODIs.
So we can say NO Cricket MATCHES in June 2020 yet.