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Sri Lanka vs India collection rescheduled as a consequence of COVID-19 instances within the residence workforce’s camp

The limited-overs collection between Sri Lanka and India has been pushed again by 4 days as a consequence of Covid-19 instances within the residence workforce’s camp. Sri Lanka’s batting coach Grant Flower and knowledge analyst GT Niroshan had examined optimistic for the novel coronavirus after coming back from their England tour.

“Sure, the collection will likely be rescheduled. The precise dates will likely be formalised tomorrow as discussions are on between SLC and BCCI, however it’s anticipated to start out across the seventeenth or 18th. It’s a precautionary measure,” a senior BCCI official informed ANI on Friday night.

As per the unique schedule, the three-match ODI leg was scheduled to start from July 13, adopted by three T20Is in final week of July.

In the meantime, the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) President Sourav Ganguly revealed that the upcoming ODI collection is more likely to be postponed to July 17.

“ODI collection between India and Sri Lanka more likely to be postponed to July 17, as a consequence of coronavirus instances in Sri Lanka camp,” mentioned Ganguly.

Sri Lanka squad was slated to come back out of quarantine and enter into the bio-bubble on Friday, however will now need to spend at the very least two extra days in self-isolation.

Earlier this week, seven COVID-19 optimistic instances had been came upon within the England camp. The replace noticed the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) asserting a brand new squad for the three-match ODI series against Pakistan, which started on July 8.

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