After the cancellation of the three-match ODI sequence in opposition to India attributable to Corona virus (Covid-19), the South African cricket workforce will go away for residence on Tuesday through Kolkata. South Africa was scheduled to play a three-match ODI sequence from March 12 on a tour of India, however the sequence has been canceled because of the Korana virus.
Bengal Cricket Association (CAB) President Avishek Dalmia instructed IANS that the South African workforce will now attain Kolkata on Monday after which go away for residence on Tuesday. According to the schedule, the African workforce will attain residence through Dubai.
Dalmiya stated, "She (South African cricket workforce) will arrive right here on Monday and can go away for residence the subsequent morning. <! –
BCCI is ready for his keep close to the airport. We have additionally talked to the Chief Minister about this. "
The first match of the three-match sequence between the cricket groups of India and South Africa was to be performed at Dharamshala however the match couldn’t be held attributable to rain. After this, the second ODI was to be performed in Lucknow on 15 March and the third ODI in Kolkata on 18 March and was subsequently canceled attributable to Corona virus.
Due to this lethal virus, not solely the India-South Africa ODI sequence however the ODI sequence being performed between New Zealand and Australia had been additionally canceled. Apart from this, many massive sports activities competitions all over the world like IPL, NBA, Champions League have additionally been postponed.