New Delhi: The Global Cricket Council (ICC) on Wednesday (June 24) introduced the postponement of the Bangladesh excursion to Sri Lanka slated for July because of the existing COVID-19 state of affairs.
ICC tweeted, “Bangladesh’s excursion to Sri Lanka, scheduled to happen subsequent month, has been postponed.”
Bangladesh’s excursion to Sri Lanka, scheduled to happen subsequent month, has been postponed. pic.twitter.com/rHc1TVE1A8
— ICC (@ICC) June 24, 2020
Bangladesh and Sri Lanka would have performed 3 Checks after the COVID-19 halted cricketing motion around the globe.
Previous on June 23, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) introduced that at the side of the New Zealand Cricket (NZC), they have got determined to put off the two-match Take a look at sequence which used to be a part of the ICC Global Take a look at Championship. The sequence used to be because of be performed in August and September.
BCB Leader Government Nizam Uddin Chowdhury mentioned the postponement used to be a precaution as they didn’t need to chance the well being of any avid gamers, team of workers or another staff concerned within the video games.
“Within the provide COVID-19 pandemic state of affairs, web hosting a complete cricket sequence in August 2020 shall be a problem on the subject of arrangements and we can not take probabilities with the security and well being of avid gamers, toughen team of workers and comparable stakeholders,” ICC quoted Chowdhury.
Particularly, former Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza just lately introduced that he had shriveled COVID-19.
The Global cricket will see its first post-COVID-19 tournament when the West Indies Take a look at crew will start their excursion towards the English facet from July 8.