‘India A still in the country and there is no sign of him leaving’ – CSA CEO says BCCI committed, tour on

India will tour South Africa in December for a three-match Test series.

Will India tour South Africa with the conditions that are on offer? CSA’s acting chief executive officer, Foletsi Mosecki, is hopeful.

  • Last Update:November 28, 2021, 18:28 IS
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With the new COVID-19 variant rapidly spreading across the rainbow nation, India’s tour of South Africa is in danger. It needs to be seen whether the BCCI is still keen to send the team for a three-match Test series, which will be followed by as many ODIs and four-match T20Is. The Netherlands has already pulled out of the ODI series once the news broke and the ICC has also canceled its Women’s World Cup qualifiers which were to be held in South Africa and Zimbabwe. During this India ‘A’ is in the country and is currently posted in Bloemfontein where he is scheduled to play the second match of the three-match Test series.

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So now the question is, will India tour South Africa with the conditions that are on offer? CSA’s acting chief executive officer, Foletsi Mosecki, is hopeful. “We spoke to the BCCI and they are very committed to the tour,” Moseki was quoted as saying by thesouthafrican.com on 28 November.

“India A is still in the country and there is no sign of them leaving. They are still committed and they are hopeful that the tour will go ahead. are not.

“The question is whether fans will be allowed inside. We are trying to have more fans in stadiums. The way things are progressing, I think the only thing we can do now is wait for the government and see what happens. We hope that we will not reach a state where there is a complete lockdown.”

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The last time a country visited South Africa-England in December last year, the bio bubble arrangement was not up to the mark. Moseki said that this time he has ‘jacked up’ his bio-bubble. “We jacked up our bio-bubbles after that and the audience issue is something that is not under our control. Once we have settled the case of the Netherlands, we will communicate further with the tour to show that there is a commitment to the tour. We can play without spectators like we played against Pakistan and Sri Lanka because the government knows that we create strong bio-bubbles.

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