South Africa have been scheduled to play a limited-over collection, together with three ODIs which have been a part of the brand new ICC ODI League.
South Africa excursion of Sri Lanka postponed because of the unconventional coronavirus (Reuters Photograph)
- South Africa excursion of Sri Lanka postponed because of Covid-19
- South Africa have been scheduled to play three ODIs and three T20Is
- The three ODIs have been a part of ICC’s new ODI League
South Africa’s limited-overs excursion of Sri Lanka that used to be scheduled to happen in June has been postponed due the coronavirus pandemic, officers mentioned on Monday.
The groups have been because of play 3 one-day internationals and 3 Twenty20 video games, with the 50-over fits South Africa’s first within the World Cricket Council’s new ODI league.
“It is vitally unhappy that we’ve got been compelled to take this step and we will be able to re-schedule the excursion once cricket returns to a way of normality and our world fixture record permits,” Cricket South Africa performing leader government Jacques Faul mentioned in a observation.
“Our Proteas shouldn’t have been in a position to arrange correctly taking our personal lockdown scenario into consideration and, extra importantly, well being concerns for our gamers, which can be at all times paramount, have been the over-riding issue.”
South Africa’s subsequent scheduled excursion is to the West Indies for 2 checks and 5 Twenty20 fits in past due July and August, the latter forming a part of the rustic’s build-up to the 20-over Global Cup in Australia beginning in October.