The remaining cricket tour between England and South Africa has been postponed due to the health and safety of players due to the deadly virus Kovid-19, this information was given on Monday. England team was to play 3 T20 and 3 ODI series in South Africa. The three-match T20 series was held on a fixed schedule, which England won but the ODI series from Friday was postponed three times in four days.
Players from both teams were found Corona positive at a hotel in Cape Town, which led to this. Cricket South Africa (CSA) and England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) issued a joint statement saying that to ensure the mental and physical health of the players of both teams, both boards have decided to postpone the remaining series.
The three-match series is part of the ICC Men’s Super League, on which CSA and ECB will work together to determine if it can be held in the future. (Input from agency)