India vs South Africa: Omicron panic: India cricket team postpone South Africa tour

India tour of South Africa: India-South Africa series reportedly postponed As such, the selection process for Team India for the Africa Cricket Board is to be decided after the decision of the Government of India.

India vs South Africa: Omicron panic: India cricket team postpone South Africa tour

After the home series against New Zealand, the Indian cricket team had to move to South Africa (India vs South Africa). However, it has been reported that the Indo-South Africa (IND vs SA) series has been postponed for a week as the fears of corona's new breed Omicron in South Africa are rising day by day. Thus, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will conduct the Team India selection process for the Africa series following the decision of the Government of India. Ganguly told me two days ago that the South Africa tour will be on a predetermined schedule. Looking closely at the new variant. There is still time to decide on the tour. The first Test will be held from December 17. Sourav Ganguly stated that they are looking into this. But,

India will play their second and final Test against New Zealand in Mumbai on December 3. The team then traveled to Johannesburg on December 8 or 9 on a chartered flight. India will have to play 3 Tests, 3 ODIs and 4 T20 Internationals on the tour which will start on December 17.

The India team will be in South Africa for about a month and a half. The matches will be held in four locations in Johannesburg, Centurion, Pearl and Cape Town. But with the increasing number of corona cases in the African country, these seem to be changing.

In the meantime, the South African government has spoken to Indian cricket about this. Team India promises to cre,à ate the safest bio-bubble environment to survive. “South Africa will provide a comprehensive system for the health and safety of Team India players. South Africa, India 'A' Team and Team India players will be able to create a fully secure Biosecure environment. "The BCCI has demonstrated good solidarity without the withdrawal of India's 'A' team," the South African Foreign Ministry official said.

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