The Bangladesh team will visit Sri Lanka at the scheduled time as Sri Lanka has agreed not to tighten the Covid protocol. Bangladesh’s tour of Sri Lanka, the Sri Lanka-Bangladesh Test series will start from April 21, for which the Test team will fly to Sri Lanka on April 12. Corona infections are on the rise worldwide.Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
Corona attacks in subcontinental countries including Bangladesh, India, and Sri Lanka are very worrying. In such a situation, Sri Lanka wanted to tighten the Kovid protocol for the Bangladesh team’s tour. Last October, Sri Lanka agreed to a 14-day quarantine visit to the island. Bangladesh refrained from visiting Sri Lanka as this cowardly protocol seemed difficult.
This year, Sri Lanka hosted England by relaxing the Covid Protocol. It was said that these relaxed rules would also apply to Bangladesh; The Tigers will be able to start training after 3 days. However, as the corona outbreak increased, Sri Lanka again proposed a 14-day quarantine policy. However, after discussions between the two boards, the SLC agreed to the quarantine condition for 3 days.
Concerns over the Sri Lanka tour have been allayed after the SLC confirmed the three-day quarantine policy in a message sent to the BCB’s cricket operations department on Monday (April 5th). Sources in the Cricket Operations Department said. The first match of the two-match series will start on April 21.
If the first test ends at the scheduled time, there will be a break of 3 days. The second and final match will start on April 29. The Tigers’ Test championship journey will end with this series. The cricketers will return to the country at the beginning of May after the tour. Both matches of the Test series will be played at the Pallekele International Stadium in Kandy. In the first test match, we will see 21 April on rabbithole app .