Mumbai: Indian Cricket Team Zimbabwe visit involving three ODIs beginning August 22 this year has been dropped because of progressing COVID-19 pandemic, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Friday reported.
Prior, Team India was initially booked to head out to the island country from June 24 for three ODIs and the same number of T20’s which was conceded inferable from danger of cronavirus.
As expressed in the previous official statement gave on May 17, the BCCI will direct a camp for its contracted players just when it is totally protected to prepare outside. The BCCI is resolved to make strides towards the resumption of global and residential cricket, yet it won’t hurry into any choice that will imperil the endeavors put in by the Central and State governments and a few other particular offices in containing the spread of the coronavirus.
The Office-Bearers have been observing warnings given by the Government of India and the Board is focused on completely consent to the limitations forced and rules gave. The BCCI will proceed to consider and assess the evolving situation.