Following five more COVID-19 positive cases in the West Indies camp in Karachi on Thursday, the three-match ODI series, which was expected to follow the continuous T20Is, has been pushed forward to June one year from now, the PCB and WICB said in a joint assertion.
As a piece of PCB COVID-19 conventions, Rapid Antigen Tests were led on Thursday (December 16) on the excess 15 West Indies players and six player support work force. Each of the 21 tests returned negative, taking into account the third T20I to go on in the evening as booked. Yet, deficiency of assets in the West Indies camp has prompted the delay of the ODI series, because of start on Saturday.
“In any case, thinking about both the groups’ government assistance just as restricted assets in the West Indies side for the ODIs, it has been concurred that the series, which structures a piece of the ICC Men’s Cricket Word Cup Super League, will be delayed and rescheduled for early June 2022,” the delivery read.
The West Indies colleagues who returned adverse outcomes following Wednesday’s PCR and the present Rapid Antigen tests, will leave from Pakistan later the continuous third T20I in Karachi. Be that as it may, the individuals who have tried positive will finish their disconnection in Karachi before their movement plans are settled. In the mean time, all individuals from the Pakistan camp have likewise returned negative tests.
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