England’s tour of South Africa descended into further disarray as Monday’s one-day international at Newlands was called off, the third time the start of the series has been delayed following an apparent Covid-19 outbreak.
England’s tour of South Africa could be abandoned if two “unconfirmed” cases of Covid-19 in their camp are verified, with difficult decisions ahead not just about the series but also what the team does next.
England’s one-day series against South Africa was on the verge of cancellation after two members of the touring party received “unconfirmed positive tests” for Covid-19 and the opening match was abandoned for the second time.
England’s one-day tour against South Africa was plunged into fresh doubt after Sunday’s rescheduled series opener was abandoned following a coronavirus scare at the team hotel.
England’s one-day tour against South Africa took another dramatic turn on Sunday, with the rescheduled series opener delayed following a coronavirus scare at the team hotel.
England’s one-day tour of South Africa hangs in the balance following the postponement of Friday’s series opener in Cape Town, with any further Covid cases in the home camp leading to a potential cancellation.
South Africa’s team doctor says England have rightful concerns about the safety of the bio-secure bubble they are in with the Proteas after a member of the home team tested positive for coronavirus.
England’s first one-day international in South Africa was dramatically postponed just an hour before the scheduled start of play after a member of the home side tested positive for Covid-19.
England captain Eoin Morgan has confirmed he will continue to receive coded messages on the field during the one-day series against South Africa, stressing there is “nothing untoward” with using data as fuel for innovation.