The Sri Lankan Cricket Board is able to host the Indian group even through the break on worldwide cricket as a result of Kovid-19 epidemic. However, the Cricket Board of India wants extra time to take a closing determination on this sequence.
Officer Arun Dhumal says that the tour of Sri Lanka may be thought of solely after getting permission from the Indian authorities. However, he additionally clarified that this sequence has not been canceled. "At the moment we have not canceled the tour, there is still two months left in it. However, there is no exemption in the ban on foreign travel and hence no decision has been taken," he mentioned.
He mentioned, "Safety of gamers is of paramount significance. <! –
The BCCI will take all doable and vital steps within the struggle towards the corona virus. The well being and security of the folks is vital and any determination can be taken after consulting the Government of India, the Ministry of Sports and the Ministry of Health. "
Sri Lanka tour of India has not been canceled; BCCI will take time to resolve
Let us know that in line with the schedule already set, the Indian group was to go to Sri Lanka for the sequence of three ODIs and three T20 matches in July 2020. Which is at risk of being postponed.