Cricket South Africa on Thursday revealed that the BCCI has shown “willingness” to play three T20 Internationals at the end of August. This was after Board CEO Rahul Johri said he expects the sport to restart after the monsoon.
A BCCI official on condition of anonymity said that the possibility is “there” provided they get an all clearance from the government of India. “First, we have to get the players for a conditioning camp in a green zone. Obviously, if things are on track, we would play in South Africa,” the official told PTI.
BCCI agreeing to this bilateral series will also mean that they will have CSA’s support if they want to organise the cash-rich IPL in October-November window instead of the T20 World Cup.There is speculation that IPL might be conducted in October-November if the T20 World Cup in Australia is postponed.Hope fully thing will improve and we can can go with the variables which can control ,we have many other option of the new safety protocols to minimise the risk of infection.
BCCI Said-“We are going to be guided by the Government of India in its entirety, whatever are the government guidelines is what we’ll follow…on,”.A 14-day quarantine is being talked about as one of the Cricketing activity in earnest can start practically only after the monsoon seascompulsory safety measures, which is likely to have a huge bearing on the overall scheduling. “So there are a lot of moving parts.