Bangladesh Cricket Board has actually announced that they are aborting the trip to Sri Lanka as SLC did not accept their condition regarding the 14-day quarantine guideline. The series, initially planned for July-August, was rescheduled for October-November due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.Due to the pandemic
, the originally July-August planned Bangladesh’s trip of Sri Lanka needed to be moved to the October-November window. However, even after agreeing on the duration and time of the trip, both the boards were not able to agree upon each other’s conditions relating to the tour.
Finally on Monday, after great deals of settlements, the Bangladesh Cricket Board announced that the tour of Sri Lanka for a three-match test series has actually been delayed due to COVID-19 quarantine procedures. The series will now be pushed even more back since of Sri Lanka’s mandatory 14-day quarantine duration which would have impacted Bangladesh’s preparations.
“We’re not touring Sri Lanka now. They have consented to all our conditions except for one however that is the main one to us which is the 14-day quarantine, which really is isolation,” BCB president Nazmul Hassan was priced estimate as stating by ANI.
According to reports, Sri Lanka Cricket has responded saying that the series, which is part of the inaugural ICC World Test Championship, would be rescheduled.
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