Cricket likely to be postponed again in African continet!
CRICDOT DESK : A new variant of the epidemic coronavirus ‘Omicron’ has been identified in South Africa. It has already spread to several countries on the African continent. In this situation, there is a fear that cricket will be stopped again in the countries of the region including South Africa and Zimbabwe.
Earlier, in 2020, due to the epidemic, all kinds of sports were stopped all over the world. Everything stops. However, the situation gradually began to return to normal. The spectators also returned to the stadiums. But with the introduction of a new variant of the Corona, Omicron, fears have resurfaced.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says one of the coronar variants identified so far is Omicron. So the question is, what about international cricket on the African continent?
The Indian ‘A’ team is currently playing a series against the country’s ‘A’ team in South Africa. The Netherlands national team is on a tour of the country. The Indian national team is scheduled to play three Tests, three ODIs and four T20I matches in mid-December. Zimbabwe is also hosting the 2022 Women’s ODI World Cup qualifiers. But the future of all is now in doubt.
Meanwhile, the Netherlands, who are touring South Africa, have said that they want to return to the country without playing a series. Today (November 26) the final decision in this regard may come. The BCCI is also undecided on whether to send a team to South Africa.