|The BCCI has postponed the next two visits to the Indian team till further orders|
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has made a major announcement on the afternoon of Friday 12 June. The BCCI has postponed the next two visits to the Indian team till further orders. The Board of Control for Cricket in India has said that the Indian team captained by Virat Kohli will not visit Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe due to the coronavirus epidemic. Earlier, the cancellation of the tour to Sri Lanka was confirmed by the Sri Lanka Cricket Board itself.
The Indian team had to travel to neighboring country Sri Lanka on 24 June 2020 to play a three-match ODI series and a T20 International series of the same number of matches, while on 22 August in Zimbabwe, the Indian team had a three-match ODI series. Had to play But, due to the Kovid 19 epidemic, the BCCI has currently canceled these tours, as Indian players have not yet started practice.
The BCCI on Friday issued a new media release saying that as stated in the press release issued on May 17, the BCCI will organize an outdoor camp for its contracted players after the conditions are fully secured, the board will now BCCI is also firm on the matter and is determined to take steps towards the resumption of international and domestic cricket, but the board will not be in a hurry to take any decision that centers on efforts to stop the spread of the coronavirus. And will be taken over by state governments and many other related agencies to put in danger
BCCI officials are heeding the advice issued by the Government of India and the board is committed to fully following the restrictions and guidelines issued. The BCCI will continue to study and evaluate the changing situation. The BCCI is committed not only to the bilateral series but also to the 13th season of the world’s most expensive T20 league, which has already been postponed indefinitely.