UPCA confirms India-South Africa sequence in Lucknow from March 7


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Indian girls’s cricket workforce

The Uttar Pradesh Cricket Affiliation on Tuesday confirmed that will probably be internet hosting the eight-match restricted overs sequence between the ladies’s groups of India and South Africa in Lucknow from March 7.

The sequence, comprising 5 ODIs and three T20Is, will mark the Indian workforce’s return to aggressive cricket after virtually 12 months.

Each groups can be arriving in Lucknow on February 25 and can endure a six-day quarantine.

A 22-member Indian workforce has been picked for the competition however is but to be introduced. The PTI reported the event on Monday.

“We received the go forward from the BCCI yesterday. It’s a large sequence contemplating our workforce final performed 12 month in the past. We’re wanting ahead to internet hosting it,” UPCA secretary Yudhvir Singh informed PTI.

The ODI, all of them day-games, can be performed on March 7, 9, 12, 14 and 17 and can be adopted by the T20 matches on March 20, 21 and 24 with the primary two video games to be performed beneath lights on the Ekana Worldwide Stadium.

Each the groups will get lower than every week to coach earlier than the sequence opener resulting from quarantine protocol. South Africa performed not too long ago however India haven’t performed any worldwide match for the reason that T20 World Cup in March final yr as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.

The one outing of the Indian gamers since that T20 World Cup closing in Melbourne was throughout the exhibition Girls’s T20 Problem in Sharjah in November final yr.

The sequence was earlier alleged to be held on the Greenfield Sports activities Hub Stadium in Thiruvanthapuram however Kerala Cricket Affiliation (KCA) expressed its lack of ability to stage the matches because the stadium house owners had booked an Military recruitment drive on the identical dates. 



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