India South Africa tour is in danger may be get canceled, African Cricket Board take this step

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The India and South Africa tour is in jeopardy. On December 15, the Indian team arrives in South Africa and begins their practice matches before the entire team lives in the quarantine period.

The first match of the 3-round series between the Indian team and the South African cricket team will start from December 26.

However, before this game against Africa, news comes out that disappoints cricket fans.

India South Africa tour is in jeopardy

The tour will begin with a 3-match test series. Both teams will meet for the test series starting on December 26. The first test match will be played on Boxing Day.

But just before the start of the first test match, the possibility of cancellation of this tour between India and South Africa is also visible. Once again the Corona coup has increased the difficulties.

African Cricket Board takes this step

Both teams are looking forward to this series of tests but in the current situation.

The way Cricket South Africa has made the decision, after that, there are also indications of cancellation of this series.

On Sunday, Cricket South Africa made a big decision and decided to cancel South Africa's next 4 big national tournaments amid the Coronavirus outbreak.

In South Africa, Corona has spread rapidly in the recent past.

All 4 South African national tournaments canceled

The threat from Omicron, a new variant of Corona in South Africa, is continually increasing. In view of this, the South African leadership takes the India series there very seriously, which has decided to cancel the national tournament for the time being.

A statement from the board said that

“It has been decided to postpone the fifth round of matches as part of the new wave of Covid-19 pandemic and security measures. These matches start from December 16 to 19 (Division Two) and from December 19 to 22 (Division I) ”.

Due to the new variant of Covid-19, Omnicorn, the first test match will start without spectators.

The host's cricket board does not sell tickets due to the proliferation of the Omicron variant.

Because of this, cricket fans will have to enjoy the match on the television itself.