After this long gap, international cricket is on the way to start with a bang. The fans are excited over the international cricket to resume. The management and BCCI president Sourav Ganguly had made exciting plans to initiate the international cricket in the home. As the Indian Cricket Team will go back to their duties from November 27th and will play white ball and red ball cricket on the Australian soil. This will be the first match of India after this huge break created due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
After the Australian series, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly had announced the arrival of Indian home series which will be played against England Cricket Team which consists of five T20Is, three ODIs and four Tests respectively. England Team will visit India for the series clash.
The last time fans witnessed international cricket in India was on January 2020 where Australia battled India for a three match ODIs series. Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, match was postponed and the IPL 2020 was also postponed, which was conducted later on in September 2020 at U.A.E. So this home series will bring enthusiasm in each and every fans and will definitely bring huge profit also. The clash between this two best side will be worth watching for everyone. Both the team consists of great watch winning players who had shown their best even in the IPL2020. The all itinerary is still to be announced.
The BCCI president, Sourav Ganguly had announced a total of 12 matches played between England and India. The management will monitor the present scenario of India as the COVID-19 is still on a high note so it’s important to examine each and every possibility and safety of players and the spectators. BCCI is also focused over the next edition of IPL which might be conduct in March or April, so it is mandatory to check the scenario and the utmost priority also.
“England is touring India for five T20Is, three ODIs and four Tests, it is easy to have bilateral as there are just two teams, we have to keep assessing the situation, a lot of people are talking about the second wave of COVID-19, we have to be careful. We are trying to have the next IPL in India, it’s a tournament for India, I always tell people that they need to be here to see what IPL means to India,” stated by Sourav Ganguly, BCCI President which is quoted by Hindustan Times.