India tour of Sri Lanka in June postponed due to Covid-19 pandemic: ICC: India have been scheduled to play three ODIs and as many T20Is in opposition to Sri Lanka in June however the tour has been postponed because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
India tour of Sri Lanka in June postponed due to Covid-19 pandemic: ICC
India have been scheduled to tour Sri Lanka in July 2020 (Reuters)
- India tour of Sri Lanka has been suspended because of the present Covid-19 disaster
- India have been scheduled to play three T20Is and as many ODIs in June in opposition to Sri Lanka
- The Indian crew has not but resumed coaching because the Covid-19 disaster is getting worse within the nation
India’s limited-overs tour of Sri Lanka, which was scheduled to start in June, was on Thursday known as off because of the COVID-19 pandemic with each the Boards saying that the scenario will not be possible for the video games to go forward.
India have been scheduled to play three T20Is and as many ODIs in June in opposition to Sri Lanka however the SLC confirmed that the collection shall be postponed.
“India’s tour to Sri Lanka, which was scheduled to happen later this month, has turn out to be the most recent collection to be postponed because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic,” the ICC stated.
India’s tour to Sri Lanka, which was scheduled to happen later this month, has turn out to be the most recent collection to be postponed because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. pic.twitter.com/nqO3urKiNP
— ICC (@ICC) June 11, 2020
A media launch from Sri Lanka additionally confirmed the event.
“The BCCI knowledgeable Sri Lanka Cricket that because of the prevailing circumstances revolving round COVID-19 pandemic, the cricket collection, which included three ODIs and three T20I matches won’t be possible,” the SLC said.
The cancellation was anticipated as Indian gamers are but to renew coaching with circumstances persevering with to rise quickly within the nation, which has recorded greater than 8,00zero COVID-19 deaths to this point.
We’ll make up for the collection: BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal
BCCI treasurer Arun Singh Dhumal stated India remained dedicated to the Future Excursions Programme (FTP) and would tour Sri Lanka at a extra opportune time.
“We’re dedicated to FTP, however given the present scenario, it is not doable for the crew to journey, it is not secure,” Dhumal instructed Reuters by phone.
“So we’ll see each time there is a chance, we’ll try to make up for this collection.”