New Delhi: Team India will go on a tour of Sri Lanka in July this year to play the limited overs cricket series. India was scheduled to play a series with Sri Lanka in June last year, but the tour was canceled due to Coronavirus Pandemic.
‘Sri Lanka cricket lost’
BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal has said that the limited-overs tour of Team India is necessary to recover Sri Lanka Cricket from the loss due to cancellation of Sri Lanka tour last year. Was
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Team India will go to Sri Lanka without Virat
Team India has to travel to England for the ICC World Test Championship final and the Test series against England (IND vs ENG Test Series), despite this, BCCI decided to send the team to Sri Lanka tour Has done, in which Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli) will not be able to join.
Make up for last year’s losses
Regarding this, Arun Dhumal told Sportskira, ‘We were not able to go to Sri Lanka tour last year, so we needed to work on it. Since our team had to go to England for the Test, we had limited overs matches against Sri Lanka.
Cricket under pressure due to Corona
Arun Dhumal said, “Everyone knows that for more than a year, the cause of the Korna virus has been under cricket pressure. Many FTPs have been canceled, causing damage to everyone in the world. Until you do not do such a tour, you cannot recover from this loss.