South African Women’s Cricket Team May Visit India

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Women’s Cricket Coming back to India

The BCCI may announce a limited-overs series with South Africa next month for the Indian women’s cricket team. According to the Cricbuzz report, the BCCI is considering holding five ODIs and three T20 Internationals between the two teams.

If this series is organised against South Africa, then the Indian cricket team will play an international series on the field for the first time after the T20 World Cup last year.

This series between India and South Africa can be played for about a month. The stalled South African team will undertake international travel, forcing them to undergo quarantine under the Covid-19 protocol. Apart from this, all the bouts will be played in the bio bubble security circle.

With this, the board’s effort is to have all the matches of ODIs and T20s at a select few venues. In this case, this series can be played in the same city.

A BCCI official said, “Work is going on for this series. Its dates will be announced soon. We are talking to the South African Cricket Board about this. Very soon, all kinds of information related to it will be confirmed”.

At the same time nothing has been clarified by the South Africa Cricket Board about the Indian tour. At the same time, the South African team is playing the home series against Pakistan, which ends on 3 February.

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