India Tour Of South Africa: The Indian team is scheduled to play three Tests, three ODIs and four T20I matches in South Africa for the next seven weeks from December 17. The matches will be played in Johannesburg, Centurion, Pearl and Cape Town.
India Tour Of South Africa
Indian Cricket Team: TeamIndia South Africa tour in trouble due to corona virus omicron variant. Meanwhile, team captain Virat Kohli’s announcement also came. He said on Thursday that he hoped clarity would come in a few more days regarding his upcoming tour of South Africa. With this, it is understood that the head coach of the team Rahul Dravid has started talking about this. Players are also informed of what is going on at the administrative level. Team India is scheduled to travel to South Africa on December 9. However, the information that the tour is likely to continue for a week.
Speaking to media a day before the second and final Test against New Zealand, Kohli said, “We are talking to the BCCI. We need more clarity. Hope to know more about this in the next few days. Rahul Bhai (Dravid) spoke to all the senior players. It is very good that we are not in any confusion. We do not play under normal circumstances. We talked to all the team members. Test matches do not detract from our focus on playing. But we need clarity on this. ‘
‘We need to understand the truth. Then we can not ignore the things that cause us trouble. Some players have not yet joined the team. They will be in custody as soon as the team joins the bubble. Arrive on a charter flight. I’m sure everyone is working hard to bring clarity. A definite decision on this matter will come soon. Like I said, our focus right now is on the second Test. ‘
The Indian senior team is scheduled to play three Tests, three ODIs and four T20I matches in South Africa for the next seven weeks from December 17 to play 3 Tests, 3 ODIs and 4 T20I series. These matches take place in Johannesburg, Centurion, Pearl and Cape Town. After the appearance of the Omicron variant, many countries imposed a travel ban on South Africa. India has not taken any such action so far. India, who are on a tour of South Africa, are currently playing there.
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