COVID-19 hurts South Africa's cricket hosting plans

Shubham Singh
26 Nov 2021
17:13
COVID-19 hurts South Africa's cricket hosting plans

A new variant of COVID-19 has derailed South Africa’s cricket calendar. First, the management decided to call off the Netherlands-South Africa series with the exception of the first ODI which is going on today. The series with India that is scheduled for December can also be in jeopardy with the fourth wave of COVID-19 placing its fangs in South African soil.

Look, till we get a detailed picture of the ground situation from Cricket South Africa, we will not be able to tell our next step. As per the current plan, the Indian team is supposed to leave either on December 8 or 9 just after the New Zealand series gets over in Mumbai.

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