New Zealand is going to resume international cricket amid the epidemic, these teams will tour

New Zealand is going to resume international cricket amid the epidemic, these teams will tour

Auckland  New Zealand Cricket Chief Executive Officer (CEO) David White said on Tuesday that Pakistan, Australia, BangladeshAnd the West Indies have confirmed that they will be visiting their country in the coming summer. White said New Zealand Cricket (NZC) is engaged in creating the kind of bio-safe environment as England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) did in its current season to resume corona virus-affected international cricket. is. He told ESPNcricinfo, "We are making great progress." I have just spoken on the phone to the West Indies, they are confirming to come here. Pakistan has confirmed, Australia and Bangladesh have also agreed to the tour, so we have 37 days of international cricket, ”said White. I will come to New Zealand. They said, "White Ferns (New Zealand women's team) will tour Australia in September and then Australia women's team will tour New Zealand in February." We are working on the program right now but it is expected to be a series of five ODIs and three T20 Internationals. ''

Those coming from another country in New Zealand have to live in isolation for 14 days. As per the Future Tour Program (FTP), New Zealand has to host the West Indies and Pakistan for the Test and T20 International series. This five-day match is part of the World Test Championship. Bangladesh is scheduled to come to New Zealand for the ODI and T20 International series. The Australian team will then tour here for the T20 series. Cricket related activities have been closed since March due to the Kovid-19 epidemic in New Zealand. Captain Ken Williamson, The country's top cricketers including fast bowlers Trent Boult and Ross Taylor, however, returned to the team's practice camp last month. New Zealand is one of the countries least affected by Kovid-19, there have been 1570 cases of corona virus, most of which have been cured. On Monday, New Zealand announced that there has not been a new case of Kovid-19 locally for the last 100 days.