Bangladesh is about to go forward with its scheduled three-match Check tour of Sri Lanka as per schedule offered the hosts keep on with the seven-day necessary quarantine rules for the visiting crew, the nation’s cricket board (BCB) mentioned on Saturday.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) on Saturday said that Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) has knowledgeable them that the guests must spend per week in quarantine as an alternative of the sooner mandated 14-day interval forward of their upcoming collection.
“We’re speaking with Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) regularly. We sought detailed plans from them however they knowledgeable us that they’re speaking with their well being ministry concerning the quarantine interval,” BCB chief govt Nizamuddin Chowdhury instructed reporters.
“In our final communication with them, SLC instructed us that we’ve to be in quarantine for the primary seven days after arrival, after which the gamers can go forward with the coaching schedule.
“We consider that if it stays seven days of quarantine, we will proceed in response to our plans. (However) I feel we must always look ahead to suggestions from SLC earlier than making any additional remark.”
Owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, the tour was earlier shifted from July-August to September.
In line with the present schedule, Bangladesh are more likely to attain Sri Lanka on September 27 for the three-Check collection starting on October 24.
Nizamuddin mentioned they anticipated to listen to from SLC “throughout the subsequent two-three days” and may want “to make some minor changes” to their plans because of the altering circumstances.
The Check collection will see the resumption of cricket in each the nations since coronavirus outbreak had shutdown all actions in March.
Bangladesh has began their preparation and the gamers might need a week-long residential camp forward of the tour starting on September 21.
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