new Delhi. The remaining two matches of the three-match ODI sequence between India and South Africa have been canceled. The BCCI took this resolution in view of the growing threat of corona virus. This data was given by a BCCI official. The remaining two ODIs between India and South Africa have been scheduled to be held in Lucknow and Kolkata.
The first match of the three-match ODI sequence in opposition to South Africa was rained out. This match needed to be canceled with out throwing a ball. On the opposite hand, because of the horrific results of the corona virus, it has been determined to not maintain the remaining two matches of the sequence.
After the Dharamshala ODI was washed away on Thursday, the BCCI stated that the remaining two matches can be held within the empty stadium between closed doorways. <! –
In reality, then the Sports Ministry had clearly said to different nationwide federations, together with the BCCI, that if any event is held within the nation amid the hazards of the corono virus, it must be held between closed doorways.
On Friday, main modifications have been seen amid rising instances of corona. First, the IPL was suspended until 15 April and after that, in response to BCCI sources, the choice to not maintain the remaining two matches of the South African sequence was additionally revealed. These matches have been to be held in Lucknow on 15 March and Kolkata on 18 March.
Earlier, Bengal Cricket Association (CAB) President Avishek Dalmia had stated that the cab has determined to cease the sale of tickets. The CAB president met Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on the Secretariat in Kolkata to debate these conditions.