The mass outbreak of the novel COVID-19 has brought forward an unprecedented level of danger for everyone. Taking the world to a standstill position, around 3.8 million cases have been reported while more than 260,000 have lost the battle of their lives. Like other activities, cricket remains suspended which is creating major financial losses for all the boards.
With all the uncertainty looming, Sri Lanka Cricket is set to take a decision on the upcoming cricketing action against Bangladesh. The two teams were set to play three Test matches, starting from the third week of July, which is a part of the ICC World Test Championship. Not only that, but the Islanders are also lined up to battle India and England as well.
Speaking on these matters, Ashley de Silva, the Chief Executive of Sri Lanka Cricket, added that his board is exploring the possible options and will release the details in the next 14 days or so. While the England tour has already been rescheduled to January 2021, dates for other assignments are yet to be finalized.