West Indies, Ireland agree to postpone second ODI due to Covid-19

West Indies and Ireland have chosen to defer the second ODI, booked for Tuesday (January 11) after the rise of three new Covid cases in the guests’ camp after the most recent round of testing. That joined with two wounds in the crew has left Ireland seriously exhausted to contend.

The sheets of the two partaking groups gave a joint assertion affirming the deferment of the game at Sabina Park, Jamaica and expressed that they were in conversations and “attempting to investigate all opportunities for the series to be finished.”

Ireland have been hit by a pile of Covid-19 cases somewhat recently, driving the surrender of their ODI series against USA. While cases had arisen among the care staff and relatives, the actual players were considered close contacts. Paul Stirling and Shane Getkate consequently tried positive after that series was dropped and were isolated in Florida.

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Ireland, who trail the three-match series after a 24-run misfortune in the principal ODI, additionally have Andy McBrine and Mark Adair right now out harmed. The previous showed a few side effects of blackout in the wake of being hit in the primary ODI.

According to plan, the groups were to play the third ODI on January 14 preceding adjusting the visit with an oddball T20I on January 16.

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