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International cricket will be back on track next month, England set to go on tour of this country

 

International cricket has suffered a lot due to Kovid-19. But after IPL, international cricket is going to return.



Very good news for South Africa cricket team. Facing a bad phase, the South Africa cricket team is returning to international cricket next month. The England cricket team will play a cricket series against South Africa in late November. Reports are claiming that the tour of England will benefit the South African team by $ 4.3 million.

England's team will reach South Africa on 15 November. A three-match Twenty-Twenty and a three-match ODI series will be played between these two countries, which will begin on November 27. The last match of the series will be played on 9 December. In view of the dire circumstances of Kovid 19, this Twenty-Twenty and One-day series will be held on the field without an audience.

Cricket South Africa issued a statement saying, "This is our first series after Kovid 19. We are fully prepared for the return of international cricket and it is very good.

African team can go on a tour of England

Such speculations are being made that the Sri Lankan cricket team can reach South Africa to play a Test series in December-January. The South Africa Cricket Board, however, has refused to speak about it at the moment.

The ECB says that England players and management will get a relaxation in the Kovid protocol on this tour. With this, the South African team can also go on a tour of England later.

Let me tell you that recently the Olympic Committee of the Government of Cricket South Africa had taken over in their hands. Disputes have erupted between the government and the cricket board since then and South Africa cricket team was in danger of being banned in international cricket.

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