First ODI between USA-Ireland cancelled after COVID case

The first Day International between the USA and Ireland booked for Boxing Day on December 26 has been dropped because of a positive instance of COVID-19 in the umpiring group. A net bowler not piece of the crew has additionally tried positive from the USA camp.

This has brought about no authority being accessible for the principal ODI with three out of the four testing negative, yet having been in close contact with the positive case has administered them out of the conflict as well.

“Cricket Ireland will keep on working intimately with USA Cricket, close by the ICC, to guarantee the rest of the series can proceed, if protected to do as such,” a USA Cricket discharge said on Saturday (December 25).

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An approach the rest of the series will be taken on December 26 later one more round of testing. Right now, the players are in disconnection and flying down authorities from the Caribbean is being thought about. For the time being however, the second and third ODIs, booked for December 28 and 30, will go on as arranged, a delivery from USA cricket expressed.

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