The last two T20 matches between the Indian cricket team and the West Indies in the United States are in doubt since Cricket West Indies (CWI) wants to host the games in the Caribbean owing to visa complications.

According to a source in “,” the members of both sides have not yet received their US visas, prompting CWI to put a backup plan in place.

The games were set to take place on August 6 and 7 at Central Broward Park in Lauderhill, Florida, but the report claims that some players from the Indian and West Indies teams still lack their US travel documents.

A source in West Indies cricket was quoted in the magazine as saying, “Although hosting the games in the Caribbean is not impossible, efforts are being made to resolve the visa issue.

The first statement said that the athletes will get their US passports once the teams arrived in St. Kitts. If they get the all-clear, the players could need to return to Trinidad for the visa procedures before traveling to the US.”

The uncertainty surrounding the Florida games was also confirmed by the CWI.

“Solutions are being looked at as we continue to seek the possibility of securing the remaining visas,” CWI President Ricky Skerritt told the magazine.

India is now up 1-0 in the five-match series with the next two games scheduled back-to-back on August 1 and 2 in St. Kitts.