Concerns upon India's tour grows after Cricket South Africa postpones domestic games

Fears upon India's tour rises after Cricket South Africa postpones a round of domestic games after some team members tested positive for coronavirus

By Web Desk
December 02, 2021
The view of a stadium in South Africa. Photo Source:Twitter

Fears over India's tour of South Africa later this month have further risen after Cricket South Africa (CSA) was forced to postponed a round of domestic games after some of the team members tested positive for coronavirus. 

It is pertinent to mention that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will take a final decision about the important tour soon, which is scheduled to kick-off from December 17.

The board in a statement, said: "Cricket South Africa can confirm that all three, Round 4, Division Two CSA 4-Day Domestic Series matches scheduled to take place between 2-5 December have been postponed." 

They added: "The competition is not being held in a bio-secure environment (BSE) and in the last couple of days, some positive COVID-19 test results have emerged following team pre-arrival testing sessions."

"Activating the precautionary and preventative measures stipulated in the organisation's COVID-19 protocols to ensure the health, safety and well-being of all involved is a top priority for CSA."