The tri-series actually scheduled in September might have sleek chances to take place as the BCCI is thinking over the situation of covid-19 in the country. So the board has taken a step for not sending the players to the tour in the current situation, as the health crisis is at its peak.
However, the tour that includes the South African team is keen on allowing their players to make travel plans. The women’s team for South Africa with 24-probables will fly to England, if the tour gets on as usual. But the current situation with coronavirus spread still remains unpredictable.
The women players of South Africa will gather at the capital Pretoria after a long back since the cricket activities got suspended in March. The first phase of training will start from August 2 to 14 after the players have a weeklong camp at a bio-secure environment at the Powerade High Performance Centre (HPC). Later the two-week camp will commence from August 16 to 27.