UAE and Oman have taken off from Namibia
By Sangeeta Viswas
on Mon Nov 29 2021
UAE and Oman take off from Namibia, the United Arab Emirates and Oman cricket teams are returning home from Windhoek today, as the Omicron strain of coronavirus continues to emerge.
As a result, travelers from Southern Africa were forcing to cover. The rest of the CWC due to travel restrictions imposed by several countries. Ligue 2 tripartite series between both sides and hosts Namibia.
The United Arab Emirates on Friday released entry controls for suspending flights arriving from several southern African countries and passing through Namibia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Eswatini, Botswana, or Mozambique.
This follows similar restrictions imposed by the UK, UAE, and the European Union, which operated the postponement of the final two matches of the Netherlands CWC Super League series along with the postponement of the ongoing Women’s World Cup qualifiers in Zimbabwe. South Africa.
The Omani and Emirati teams are understanding to be return. On the same flight chartering by the ICC as the teams returned from the women’s qualifiers in Harare. The Dutch remain in Pretoria, awaiting their arrival in the Netherlands.
Earlier this week, Oman and Namibia shared prestige in the first two ODIs of the series. The first of which was one of two extra matches that were ruled out due to the death of Omani Sultan Qaboos bin Said in the fourth round. had gone.
Almost two years before the competition. That series marked the final Ligue 2 fixtures for the United Arab Emirates, which had yet to play a match on this tour.
Only 7 of the 21 series have been played in the competition since the league’s start in August of 2019, with fourteen tripartite series still to be squeezed out ahead of the 2023 World Cup qualifiers, raising concerns that it will not be anticipating for the league. Might be about to be completing.