The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) said that Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) has knowledgeable them that the guests should spend every week in quarantine as a substitute of the sooner mandated 14-day interval forward of their upcoming collection.
“We’re communicating with Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) on a regular basis. We sought detailed plans from them but they informed us that they are talking with their health ministry about the quarantine period,” BCB chief government Nizamuddin Chowdhury informed reporters.
“In our final communication with them, SLC informed us that now we have to be in quarantine for the primary seven days after arrival, after which the gamers can go forward with the coaching schedule.
“We consider that if it stays seven days of quarantine, we are able to proceed in keeping with our plans. (But) I believe we should always anticipate suggestions from SLC earlier than making any additional remark.”
Owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, the tour was earlier shifted from July-August to September.
According to the present schedule, Bangladesh are more likely to attain Sri Lanka on September 27 for the three-Test collection starting on October 24.
Nizamuddin stated they anticipated to listen to from SLC “inside the subsequent two-three days” and might need “to make some minor changes” to their plans because of the altering circumstances.
The Test collection will see the resumption of cricket in each the international locations since coronavirus outbreak had shutdown all actions in March.
Bangladesh has began their preparation and the gamers may need a week-long residential camp forward of the tour starting on September 21.
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