The second ODI is cancelled which is to be played in Lucknow on March 15, due to the dreaded novel coronavirus pandemic.

Due to large gathering of public and unfavourable conditions, the chances of risk is high. While the Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association (UPCA) confirmed that Lucknow ODI will be held behind closed doors, the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) has also put ticket sales on hold with immediate effect, an indicator of things to come.


“The BCCI is in receipt of the games service’s warning. Clearly, in the event that we are encouraged to maintain a strategic distance from enormous social affairs, we should keep it,” a BCCI source told PTI on states of secrecy.


BCCI has announced that the series playing between India and South Africa has been cancelled.


Is it possible that this series will be rescheduled, But there is no confirmation now from – “BCCI” on this.  First Match of this series has stopped due to rain after that 2nd and 3rd match of this series has beed cancelled.

The BCCI-CSA will jointly work out the revised schedule,” BCCI informed through an official mail.

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