Australia coach Justin Langer believes his team must tour England if it is possible in 2020, as international cricket aims to get back on track after the impact of coronavirus.
After a four-month break, Test cricket resumed on Wednesday with a rain-hit first day of England's behind-closed-doors match against West Indies in Southampton.
Australia were due to tour England for a white-ball series starting on July 3, with new dates for the rescheduled trip yet to be confirmed.
With the Twenty20 World Cup still due to be played in Australia in October, Langer believes the tour of England also has to be a priority.
"I think we have to go to England. There's lots of challenges, of course, but we have to find solutions to make sure that can happen if possible," Langer told reporters.
"That's my view. I think for the health of world cricket.
"If things out of control happen and we can't end up going, at least we can say we've done everything in our power to make it happen."
Langer also claimed Cricket Australia (CA) should be willing to let its star names – such as Steve Smith – play in the Indian Premier League (IPL), with preparation for the T20 World Cup vital.
"I think we have to, talking frankly," said Langer, who would even let players leave if it meant them missing part of the domestic season in Australia.
"I'll always look for win-win situations and hopefully we do that when we get some clarity on what's happening with the schedule."
India will tour Australia later in 2020, with a four-Test series scheduled.
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