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Sri Lanka Board Requests BCCI Not To Cancel Series

Sri Lanka Cricket Board has requested the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to play ODI and T20 series in June-July as per the schedule. India has to travel to Sri Lanka in June-July to play a series of three ODIs and as many T20 matches. But it is feared India Srilanka Tour to be canceled due to the coronavirus epidemic.

According to the report published in the Sri Lankan newspaper, The Island, Cricket Sri Lanka has sent an e-mail to the BCCI to get this series done according to the schedule. However, the Indian Cricket Board has not yet responded.

Sri Lankan officials told there could be matches in the empty stadium keeping in mind the safety. Both teams must follow the quarantine rules. The BCCI’s stand on this matter is already clear that unless there are clear instructions from the government and the picture regarding travel advisory is not clear. Until then, she cannot respond to the visit.

The Sri Lanka tour of England was canceled midway due to Corona. The visiting team was to play a three-Test series here. But due to the epidemic, the English team returned to the country only after the second warm-up match.

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