New Zealand’s tour of Bangladesh, which was scheduled to happen in August-September 2020, has been postponed indefinitely.
Ross Taylor in motion vs Bangladesh. (@BLACKCAPS Photograph)
- BCB and NZC have felt that the easiest way ahead could be to defer the sequence
- Mashrafe Mortaza, Nazmul Islam and Nafees Iqbal examined coronavirus constructive
- Williamson’s facet have been attributable to arrive in August for the two-match sequence
New Zealand’s tour of Bangladesh for a two-Take a look at sequence in August – September 2020 has been postponed as a result of unfold of the coronavirus. Kane Williamson’s facet was due in Bangladesh to play two matches of the ICC World Take a look at Championship.
Worldwide cricket will resume in July when England tackle the West Indies in a Take a look at sequence at house however there are issues over among the new guidelines accepted by the Worldwide Cricket Council within the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
he two boards will now work on figuring out an appropriate time to reschedule the sequence, the Bangladesh Cricket Board mentioned.”Within the current COVID-19 pandemic state of affairs, internet hosting a full cricket sequence in August 2020 will likely be a problem by way of preparations and we can not take possibilities with the security and well being of gamers, assist employees and associated stakeholders,” BCB chief govt Nizamuddin Chowdhury mentioned.
“Underneath these circumstances, the BCB and NZC have felt that the easiest way ahead could be to defer the sequence.”
Former captain Mashrafe Mortaza is amongst these to have examined constructive whereas spinner Nazmul Islam and opener Nafees Iqbal are additionally reported to have returned constructive assessments.
New guidelines stipulate bowlers and fielders can now not use saliva to shine the ball. Quick bowlers are fearful this may impression their performances.
On Monday, three Pakistan gamers from a squad of 29, examined constructive for Covid-19 forward of their England tour.
Just lately, India had additionally known as off their tour of Sri Lanka.
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