The first ODI of the three-match series between India and South Africa has been canceled due to rain. Due to continuous rain on Thursday, the match in Dharamshala had to be canceled without throwing any ball. While the rain spoiled the game in the first ODI, now Corona has been killed on the last two ODIs of the series between the two teams.
On Sunday (March 15), it has been decided to hold the second match at the Ekana Cricket Stadium in Lucknow in a closed door. In such a match, but the spectators will not be allowed to go to the stadium and this match will be played only between the players under the supervision of the officials. Due to fear of Coronavirus, BCCI has decided to return all the tickets sold so far. It is being told that around five crore tickets of the match were sold so far.
Apart from this, the last match of the series to be held at Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Wednesday (18 March) can also be held in the empty stadium. Actually, according to the guidelines issued by the Sports Ministry, it has been asked to organize any sports tournament under closed doors.