Coronavirus continues to wreak havoc around the world at this time. Along with the common life, it has had an impact on sports competitions. There is also debate on the Olympics. The IPL, the world’s largest cricket league, has been postponed until April 15, but the league itself has not been affected by the virus. Much international cricket series has also had to be canceled and it is not clear yet when the conditions will improve.
The cricket calendar of every team in international cricket has been affected. Six international cricket series and two T20 leagues have been canceled so far. Sri Lanka, England, Australia, New Zealand, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Ireland, Zimbabwe, and South Africa have all been affected by the schedule of the teams and players from each team are resting at their home. There are no cricket tournaments happening at the moment.
Coronas virus-infected patients are found in large numbers worldwide. Thousands of people have lost their lives in this and many serious people are undergoing treatment. The number of corona patients in India has crossed 200.
These cricket series have been affected due to Coronavirus
- Road Safety World T20 Series
- IPL 2020 (postponed to 15 April)
- India vs South Africa, One-Day Series
- Sri Lanka vs England, test series
- Pakistan vs Bangladesh, One-Day and second Test
- Australia vs New Zealand, One-Day Series