The final two one-day worldwide cricket matches between India and South Africa to be held in Lucknow and Kolkata have been canceled on Friday as a result of corona virus havoc.
Due to this international epidemic, many sports activities competitions have been canceled everywhere in the world thus far. This is simply the second time within the final three a long time that a world sequence in India needed to be canceled halfway. Earlier in 2014, the West Indies crew returned from the center of the sequence resulting from a fee dispute with its board.
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A BCCI official informed PTI, "The IPL has been postponed and at the moment it is prudent to cancel the series." <! –
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The board official revealed, "The South African crew was not eager on taking part within the sequence, given the rising circumstances in India. The gamers really feel that they’re in panic and need to return house as quickly as potential.
The first ODI in Dharamsala between these two groups was rained down. The match was to be performed in Lucknow on Sunday whereas on March 18 in Kolkata.
The BCCI later issued an announcement saying that the sequence can be held later. Board Secretary Jai Shah mentioned, "Cricket South Africa's crew will go to India later to play three ODIs. BCCI-CSA will work collectively on the brand new program.
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After the primary match was rained out, each groups reached Lucknow for the second match. The official mentioned, "The South African team will come to Delhi and fly home with the earliest available flight."
Due to authorities pointers, it was determined to have these matches in empty stadiums earlier. The authorities had determined to maintain sports activities competitions closed for spectators as a result of epidemic.