The Indian group has a tight timetable in front of them, and it is set to go in progress with the West Indies series containing three ODIs and as a large number in February 2022.
In any case, because of the increment in the quantity of Covid-19 cases, there is presently an unavoidable issue mark over this series occurring. Furthermore, new limitations have been forced in a few provinces of India.
India saw more than 1 lakh positive cases on Thursday and in this manner, alarm was set in the BCCI board rooms.
Truly, the board as of late chose to defer a few homegrown competitions including the Ranji Trophy, Col C K Nayudu Trophy and Senior Women’s T20 League because of the current situation relating to the lethal infection. As per a report by Cricket.com, the arrangement is presently to confine the restricted overs series against West Indies to a couple of settings.
The Windies are planning to go for the restricted overs series toward the beginning of February.
This visit is relied upon to length more than about fourteen days. While Ahmedabad, Jaipur and Kolkata are relied upon to have the one-dayers, Cuttack, Visakhapatnam, and Thiruvananthapuram are scheduled to have the three T20Is.
In any case, the BCCI anticipates guaranteeing that a couple of settings will have the whole series. One of the significant purposes behind it being the bio-bubble plans, which are made simple when a series is facilitated at a couple of scenes.
A BCCI functionary proceeded to say exactly the same thing, and referred to the Covid alarm too.
“Things look bleak and we are positioned to hit the peak of this third wave in February. Organizing matches in six venues will add logistical nightmare,”said by BCCI Functionary
It is to be noticed that a state affiliation further expressed that the board is yet to discuss anything regarding the series being played at just a couple arenas.
The Asian side are as of now in South Africa, playing a three-match Test series. Post that, they are planning to play a three-match ODI series.