All kinds of sports activities have either been postponed or canceled due to the Corona epidemic. Due to which all the players are spending their time sitting at home in one way or the other. Whereas all sports federations and cricket boards are trying hard to get cricket back on track as soon as possible. So that no board has to face the financial crisis. In such a situation, the Sri Lankan Cricket Board has now put a week’s time for the final decision on the upcoming India tour and Bangladesh tour. At the end of it, it will be decided on these two tours whether these two teams will play Sri Lanka cricket or not.
Ashley DeSilva, Chief Executive of Sri Lanka Cricket, said, “Both the Cricket Board (BCCI and BCB) had asked for the time till May 15 which we gave. We will take a decision later this week together. “
Significantly, the Indian team has to go to Sri Lanka to play three ODIs and three T20s in June-July while Bangladesh has to play a three-Test series in July-August. If these seizures fail, it will be Sri Lanka’s third consecutive home series to be canceled due to the corona virus epidemic.
Earlier in March, England team was on Sri Lanka tour but due to Corona epidemic, they had to leave the tour midway. On the other hand, if we talk about the corona virus case in Sri Lanka, more than 875 cases have been reported and nine people have died.
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Let us know that due to the corona virus cases crossing 70 thousand in India, the BCCI has postponed the world’s largest T20 league IPL starting from March 29, till April 15 and now indefinitely. While the Board of Cricket Australia is striving to host the T20 World Cup later this year. In such a situation, everyone is eagerly waiting for the return of international cricket.
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