The Caribbean Premier League (CPL) is making plans to play another round of matches at the Central Broward Regional Park in Lauderhill, Florida for the 2017 season.
CPL officials have requested two sets of weeklong time frames to be blocked off for possible use by the CPL in the month of August.
The CPL made its Florida debut in 2016, playing six matches to end the league phase from July 28 to 31.
The games were the first revenue-generating cricket to come to Lauderhill ground in four years,
West Indies and India played two Twenty20s there in August last year.
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