Cricket South Africa (CSA) Acting CEO Foletsey Mose said the series was still under consideration and expressed confidence that the series would go smoothly.
Ind Vs Sa Series
India vs South Africa: The nations of the world are appalled by the blow of the new Kovid-19 variant ‘Omicron’. All countries are introducing tough sanctions. All important competitions under this new variant command, especially those beginning in South Africa, are being postponed. To this extent, Cricket South Africa (CSA) Acting CEO Foletsey Mose said the series was still under consideration and expressed confidence that the series would go smoothly.
Two tournaments, such as the United Rugby Championship and the Junior Women’s Hockey World Cup, have already been postponed due to the Omicron variant. Questions have been raised as to whether India’s tour of South Africa (cricket) is on schedule. Already any team from India is currently touring South Africa. The first test is complete. There are three more tests.
“We have spoken to the BCCI. They are ready for the tour, ”CSA Acting CEO Moseki said on Sunday. “India is still here. There are no indications that they are leaving. Still committed to continuing the tour. They hope the tour will go ahead. ” The visit will be a major financial boost for the CSA, which has been badly damaged by the pandemic. That is why South Africa is also looking forward to continuing this tour.
The nations of the world have begun efforts to fight the pandemic that first erupted in South Africa. Several series have also been postponed due to panic with the new variant of Kovid-19. Many countries have already banned flights from South Africa. Interrupted sports competitions in the developing country.
Moses Dhima expressed that the tour is definitely going on. Despite the setbacks, he is confident that CSA will host a full-fledged series consisting of 3 ODIs, 4 T20Is and 3 Tests starting from December 17.
At a time like this, news is coming that matches are likely to take place without spectators once again. “The question now is whether fans will be allowed inside the stadium. We hope to have more fans in the stadium, ”Moses said.
“We are doing our best. But what it can do now is wait for the government’s decision. We need to see what happens. We hope the whole country will not be locked down, ”he said.
Teamindia is scheduled to leave on December 9 if the tour continues. Both the BCCI and the CSA are in constant touch regarding the tour. Moses said our bio-bubbles are very strong.
“We can play without spectators the same way we played with Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Because we have prepared strong bio-bubbles, ”said Moses.
India tour in South Africa: Full schedule
First Test – Johannesburg (December 17-21)
Second Test – Centurion (December 26-30)
Third Test – Cape Town (January 3-7)
First ODI – Parl (January 11)
Second ODI – Cape Town (January 14)
Third ODI – Cape Town (January 16)
First T20 International – Cape Town (January 19)
Second T20 International – Cape Town (January 21)
Third T20 International – Parl (January 23)
Fourth T20 International – Parl (January 26)
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