Afghanistan’s limited overs visit through Zimbabwe, which was to be played toward the beginning of February in Harare, has been delayed. The visit was initially expected to occur in December however upon demand from the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB), it was conceded to a later date. Zimbabwe Cricket refered to its powerlessness to get “the necessary transmission administrations” as the justification for the second deferment of the series.
The visit was to incorporate three ODI matches – some portion of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League – just as five T20I games. “Without prior warning, the necessary transmission administrations, including the Decision Review System, because of the many cricket occasions happening somewhere else across the world,” expressed a delivery from ZC on Friday (January 28).
“We were amped up for facilitating Afghanistan in any case, given the conditions, conceding the visit was the main choice,” ZC Managing Director Givemore Makoni said. “We are, notwithstanding, anticipating the rescheduling of the series when for all intents and purposes conceivable.”
Afghanistan, in the mean time, are probably going to head out to Bangladesh in February for a restricted overs series. The series incorporates three ODIs, which are likewise important for the ICC Super League, and two T20Is.