Britain’s Test voyage through Sri Lanka, which was hindered by the Covid-19 pandemic, will be rescheduled to January 2021. That is the thing that SLC President Ashley de Silva has proposed in any case, however the ECB shows up not to have made any firm game plans yet. SLC is at present endeavoring to reschedule various inbound mid-year visits, all of which have either as of now been deferred, or are at genuine hazard from the pandemic. Britain went through around 10 days in Sri Lanka in Spring, and even finished one three-day warm-up coordinate, before Covid-19 constrained the subsequent practice game to be canceled halfway through. They should play two Tests, in Galle and Colombo, as a major aspect of the World Test Title (WTC). England tour rearranged for January, claims SLC chief executive.
SLC is quick to put new dates down for this visit at the earliest opportunity, mindful maybe that few different loads up will go after Britain’s time once cricket recommences. As per the present FTP, Britain are expected start a five-Test voyage through India in January yet that could be pushed back to February. The ECB has been drawn closer for input.
“There are additionally two different visits which are booked to occur, with India and Bangladesh because of visit Sri Lanka in June-July and July-August separately,” De Silva said. “We will investigate the chance of playing those two visits in one more week or two.” SLC will be particularly edgy to guarantee the India and Britain visits happen sooner or later, as those speak to the most elevated an incentive for telecasters. With all cricket sheets scrambling to reschedule their enormous visits, be that as it may, it is not yet clear if Sri Lanka can effectively oblige all the home matches they had arranged, or whether games should be dropped from the calendar.