Ireland, Bangladesh agree to postpone series over COVID-19

Ireland, Bangladesh agree to postpone series over COVID-19

In accordance with exhortation from the administrations of UK and Ireland concerning measures to control the spread of COVID-19, Cricket Ireland have chosen to defer the ODI arrangement against Bangladesh, which was to start in May. 

The COVID-19 pandemic has constrained the abrogation and delay of a few games far and wide, including different cricket arrangement. Because of the pandemic, Cricket Ireland and the Bangladesh Cricket Board have chosen to delay the arrangement, which was planned for May. 

The groups were booked to play each other in three ODIs between 14 - 19 May, however the games will currently be conceded to a later date. "When the size of the COVID-19 pandemic was comprehended, and the guidance of the two Governments and accomplice sheets was looked for, it turned out to be progressively improbable that this arrangement could continue as booked," said Cricket Ireland CEO. 

"We have a duty to ensure the prosperity of players, mentors, fans and the more extensive network, and won't stop for a second to adopt a wellbeing first strategy to our tasks over coming months." 


A portion of the different arrangement that have been delayed or dropped because of the flare-up incorporate the India v South Africa ODIs, Australia v New Zealand ODIs, Sri Lanka v England Tests and the Australia ladies' voyage through South Africa among others. A few residential competitions have been influenced as well.

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