Colombo: Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) is contemplating canceling its upcoming South Africa tour, or may host Proteas at home after a three-match ODI series between England and South Africa has been canceled due to an outbreak of coronavirus cases.
Sri Lanka will play two Tests at Centurion on December 26 but the Islanders fear that if any of their players are affected, it will hamper the series against England, as they will play a Test in Galle after ten days. Fixed income from South Africa.
Sri Lankan team physician Daminda Attanayake said their medical staff had demanded stricter protocols than initially planned by Cricket South Africa (CSA).
“I need to bring [Sri Lankan] Players return from South Africa without a single positive case. We have requested [South Africa’s] The protocols are similar to the bio-bubble protocols we are using for the LPL (Lanka Premier League). We have been successful with them, ”quoted ESPNcricinfo Attanayake.
“We have been successful with them. The players have tested the positives but they have been isolated. We are requesting that these protocols be followed not only by our team but also by them,” he said.
The SLC team’s doctors said they would like the hotel’s swatch cleaning staff to be in a biofilm as there is no chance of infection from the coronavirus.
The SLC will speak with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) medical staff to get a clear picture of the nature of CSA’s protocols.
CSA, on the other hand, is working to assure SLC that its bio-bubble systems are safe, according to a report in ESPNcricinfo.
On Monday, the ECB said two members of its touring party were back with unconfirmed positive COVID results. As a result, one day later, the one-day series was withdrawn. However, it was later confirmed that two members of the England Touring Party had not been diagnosed with coronavirus.


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