The Blackcaps could find out as soon as Tuesday morning (NZT) whether this year's Twenty20 World Cup in Australia is postponed.
The International Cricket Council's board is set to meet overnight Monday and any postponement will have major ramifications on the cricketing calendar.
Blackcaps veteran Ross Taylor knows international cricket is still very much up in the air.
"Hopefully, in the coming days, we'll have a better idea," Taylor says.
The ICC board is set to meet overnight Monday (NZT) and at the top of the agenda is a playing calendar that's becoming congested, while COVID-19 halts play.
"The latest from the Indian Premier League is they're going to try to get it in Dubai in the UAE at the end of September," says all-rounder Mitchell Santner.
That would almost certainly mean the men's T20 World Cup would be postponed, but the players remain in the dark as to precisely when.
"I'm not getting any younger, so the earlier the better for me," Taylor adds.
The earliest option is February, which would mean the Women's World Cup being hosted in New Zealand would almost certainly be postponed.
If that does play out, it would mean three World Cups in three years.
"It gives some of the bowlers an opportunity to further their careers a little bit longer," says NZ bowling coach Shane Jurgensen. "Hopefully, that'll be the idea for Ross [Taylor].
"No doubt, if it is shifted later in the year or a couple of years' time, we'll just prepare for a big home summer and go from there."
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