The Chappell-Headley collection between Australia and New Zealand has been canceled after a rising outbreak of the Coronavirus. In addition, the T20 International collection in New Zealand later this month has additionally been postponed indefinitely.
Cricket Australia and New Zealand Cricket have taken this resolution collectively. The ICC has shared this data on its official Twitter account on Saturday 14 March.
This resolution has been made in a rush as a result of the New Zealand authorities has introduced that passengers coming into the New Zealand border from many different international locations, together with Australia, must stay in self-isolation for 14 days. <! –
The ban will start from midnight on Sunday in New Zealand, when it is going to be 10pm on Saturday evening in Australia. In such a state of affairs, Kiwi gamers must return to their homeland on Saturday.
The first ODI match between Australia and New Zealand was held in closed door with out spectators, the second ODI was to be performed in Sydney on 15 March and the third ODI in Hobart on 20 March. Cricket Australia and New Zealand cricket hope that this collection might be performed sooner or later. It might be determined when the situation turns into regular. Many sports activities occasions around the globe have been halted in view of the corona virus havoc.