West Indies had one amazing exciting ride while clashing with the England cricket crew in the late T20I series. The two groups alternated to outmanoeuvre the other in the initial four games.
The T20I series decider satisfied everyone’s expectations and West Indies were somewhat better in their methodology. Accordingly, they dominated the match and furthermore won the series 3-2. Britain players made an honest effort to win the T20I series following Ashes embarrassment.
Nonetheless, West Indies played the best brand of cricket. In the interim, the West Indies players will travel to India for a significant task that incorporates three ODIs and three T20Is. Their visit starts with the ODI series with the primary ODI planned to be held on February 6.
The three ODIs will be played at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Gujarat Cricket Association affirmed that the ODI series among India and West Indies will be played without swarms.
In the meantime, Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) President Avishek Dalmiya thought of a significant declaration in advance of the forthcoming series. He added that the West Bengal government has given a go-ahead to allow fans to turn up in numbers for the T20I series.
For the unversed, every one of the three T20Is will be organised at the notable Eden Gardens in Kolkata. Nonetheless, it has been discovered that 75% limit swarms are taken into consideration for the forthcoming T20I series among India and West Indies.
There has been an abrupt spike in the Covid cases in India in January. By and by, it is great to realise that no fans are permitted to enter the Narendra Modi arena for the ODI series.
Nonetheless, then again, Eden Gardens will allow 75% acceptance as they said-
“We are thankful to the honourable Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, chief secretary and Government of West Bengal for announcing the resumption of sporting activities as well as for allowing 75 percent of the capacity of spectators back to the stadium,” Avishek Dalmiya CAB President said.
“We feel that it will give a fresh lease of life to the sportspersons of the state. After the New Zealand T20I last year, this time too, CAB is confident that it will be able to successfully host the three T20Is against the West Indies in a similar manner,” further added by him.