WI VS IRE ODI series postponed due to COVID concern
CRICDOT DESK : Coronavirus has once again spread around the world. Has also attacked the world of cricket. The second ODI against the West Indies has been canceled due to the coronavirus infection of five Ireland cricketers. The second ODI was scheduled for Tuesday, January 11 at Sabina Park in Jamaica.
Earlier, corona of three Irish cricketers was caught. A joint statement from the two boards later said that two more Irish stars had tested positive for corona. Five of the Irish team’s corona were positive and two were injured. As a result, the condition of the Irish team is very deplorable. That is why the second match has been canceled.
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However, the series was not canceled even though the match was canceled. The boards of the two countries are interested in ending the series by making some changes in the schedule. This phenomenon is not new. Last year, the match between Australia and West Indies was also canceled due to corona, but in the end, the series ended well. The board plans to do the same in this case. The Windies are 1-0 up after winning the first match of the three-match ODI series.