Proteas

'Official': India’s SA tour shrinks

2013-10-15 11:51
Haroon Lorgat (Gallo)
Cape Town – An announcement is awaited, probably later this week, but there seems no going back now on India’s intended headline tour of South Africa this summer being greatly curtailed.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced on Tuesday the itinerary for a hastily-compiled visit to their shores by the lesser-light West Indies in November ... and it clashes with at least five of the fixtures originally revealed for the SA safari by Cricket South Africa several weeks ago.

 All that is known is that India are now definitely committed elsewhere right until the end of November – the third ODI against West Indies is to be played on November 27 – and then get into action in New Zealand, another lesser global power, from January 19 with the first ODI of the tour there.

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