KARACHI: The ongoing blind cricket triangular series featuring India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh has been rescheduled due to prevailing COVID-19.
The decision has been taken following the rise in COVID-19 cases in Bangladesh. The country will go on lockdown for a week starting from Monday [5th April].
Now, the tournament, which was scheduled on a double round-robin format, will be shortened to a single league and a final. The event will be completed by tomorrow with two more league matches and a final.
The league matches are reduced to 10 overs per side and the final will comprise 15 overs per side.