India’s Tour Of South Africa To Take Place Behind Closed Doors
Cricket South Africa (CSA) has increased cases of COVID 19 worldwide on Monday, causing a fourth wave on the ground, so CSA and BCCI are paired with utmost caution to march Protea series. India and South Africa will be seen with three Tests and three ODIs. The first test will be held in Centurion from December 26th.
“This decision was made to avoid violations that could affect the tour in terms of Covid’s risk and to maintain a safe bubble environment,” the CSA said in an official statement.
“At this point, we want to remind all cricket fans that tours and games will continue to be broadcast on supersports and SABC platforms,” she added.
In addition, as part of an ongoing effort to expand cricket reach, the CSA will allow a limited number of fans to enjoy the summer cricket atmosphere with fellow fans through the activation page. We are considering an alternative public viewing activation. Comply with the strictest security measures and due diligence.
The CSA will announce alternative public viewing activations available once appropriate approval is obtained. Pholetsi Moseki, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of
CSA, said: For the best interests of the game, and for the health and safety of all guests. “