Ind vs Eng remaining last three T20I matches will be played behind closed doors due to increasing covid -19 cases
The Board of Control for Cricket in India and Gujarat Cricket Association(GCA) decided to the final Three T20I matches between India and England at the Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahemdabad will be played behind closed doors
The decision came after detailed discussions with the Gujarat govt. and local health officials.
Gujarat Cricket Associations will refund the spectators, who purchase the tickets for remaining Ind vs Eng T20I matches
The three One Day International matches scheduled for March 23, 26, and March 28 also will be played behind closed doors
Gujarat Cricket Association allowed 50 percent viewership in the first two T20I matches
Due to the increase in the number of Corona cases, we have been decided and consulted with the BCCI, that matches will be played in closed doors during the T20 international between India and England, and the spectator’s Will not let you fall in the field. Ahmedabad, “– Gujarat Cricket Associaton vice-president Dhanraj Nathwani said
The decision came after detailed discussions with state and local health officials. The BCCI will continue to follow all regulations imposed to prevent the spread of the Kovid-19 virus and will always keep the health and safety of its fans and stakeholders at the top. “- Said BCCI secretary Jay Shah