New Delhi: The Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) has introduced that the Indian cricket group won’t journey to Zimbabwe for a three-match ODI collection in August. On Thursday, the Sri Lanka cricket board had already introduced that the proposed limited-overs collection in opposition to India in June was postponed within the wake of COVID-19 pandemic.
The BCCI in a launch mentioned: “The Indian Cricket Group won’t journey to Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe owing to the present menace of COVID-19. Group India was initially scheduled to journey to the island nation from 24th June 2020 for 3 ODIs and as many T20Is and to Zimbabwe for a collection comprising three ODIs beginning 22nd August 2020.
“As said within the earlier press launch issued on Could 17, the BCCI will conduct a camp for its contracted gamers solely when it’s utterly secure to coach open air.
“The BCCI is set to take steps in direction of the resumption of worldwide and home cricket, however it won’t rush into any resolution that can jeopardize the efforts put in by the central and state governments and a number of other different respective companies in containing the unfold of the coronavirus.
“The office-bearers have been paying attention to advisories issued by the federal government of India and the board is dedicated to completely adjust to the restrictions imposed and tips issued. The BCCI will proceed to review and consider the altering state of affairs.”
Group India’s final worldwide task was in opposition to South Africa which was known as off mid-way following the outbreak of novel coronavirus.
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