India’s Tour Of South Africa: BCCI Decision Over New COVID Variant.
The novel coronavirus type has placed a pall over India’s upcoming trip of South Africa.
The novel coronavirus type has placed a pall over India’s upcoming trip of South Africa. India as a country A squad has already arrived in South Africa for three unofficial Test matches. The first of which is already underway.
According to source: The BCCI is waiting for the government’s judgment. In addition, Before making a decision on whether or not to go through with the tour.
According to NDTV’s sources, the BCCI is considering keeping a few players from the current India A tour.
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India’s Tour Of South Africa
Scientists have identified a novel coronavirus variety. B.1.1.529, as having an unusually high number of spike mutations that could make the virus more resistant to vaccinations. Increase transmissibility, and cause more severe symptoms.
For instance, The variety was first discovered this week in South Africa.
In South Africa, India will play three Test matches. Three One-Day Internationals, and four Twenty20 Internationals as part of a bilateral series.
The series kicks out on December 17 with the first Test in Johannesburg. Followed by the Boxing Day Test in Centurion, and the final Test on January 3 in Cape Town.
Followed by two more in Cape Town (January 14 and 16).
Therefore, Cape Town will also host the opening two T20Is (on January 19 and 21). The series will then conclude in Paarl with the final two T20Is on January 23 and 26.