With international sport either cancelled or postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic, host captain Eoin Morgan says it could be the way forward to advance the game.
Australia are among those countries visiting the UK this year, with three Twenty20s and three one-day internationals scheduled in July.
But while English grounds are used to bumper attendances for international fixtures, Morgan pointed out that is not the case everywhere.
"I've played county cricket for a long time and Test match cricket in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, and that's the exact same, I'd say," World Cup-winning captain Morgan said.
"From a very serious point of view, if medical experts advised us it was OK to play behind closed doors and it was on TV, I think that would be a huge step forward for the game."