The fifth Take a look at between England and India was referred to as as a result of guests not with the ability to discipline a workforce attributable to an outbreak of COVID-19 throughout the travelling contingent.
The cancelled match that was imagined to be performed at Previous Trafford will now be performed at Edgbaston, beginning July 1, 2022, following an settlement between the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI).
Following the conclusion of the rescheduled Take a look at, India will play three T20Is and three ODIs towards England, with the tour concluding on 17 July.
Previous Trafford will as an alternative host the second Take a look at when South Africa journey to England in August.
“We’re more than happy that we’ve got reached an settlement with BCCI to making a becoming finish to what has been a superb collection to date,” mentioned Tom Harrison, ECB Chief Govt Officer.
“I’m very grateful to all of the venues concerned for the cooperation they’ve proven in permitting us to reschedule this match. I’d additionally prefer to thank Cricket South Africa for his or her assist and understanding to permit these modifications to be doable.
“We want to apologise once more to followers for the disruption and disappointment of September occasions. We all know it was a day that so many had deliberate lengthy prematurely.
“We recognise that accommodating this additional match means a tighter schedule for the white ball collection. We are going to proceed to handle our gamers’ welfare and workloads by way of subsequent yr whereas we additionally proceed to hunt the optimum schedule for followers, gamers and our companions throughout the sport.”
“I’m delighted that the England-India Take a look at collection will now have its rightful conclusion. The 4 Take a look at matches had been riveting, and we wanted a becoming finale,” mentioned Jay Shah, the Honorary Secretary of BCCI.
“The BCCI acknowledges and respects the standard type of the sport and can also be aware of its position and obligations in the direction of fellow Board Members. Within the final two months, each BCCI and the ECB have been engaged in discussions and our efforts had been geared toward discovering an acceptable window. I thank the ECB for his or her understanding and persistence to find an amicable resolution.”
Rescheduled fifth Take a look at, Edgbaston – 1-5 July
1st T20I, Ageas Bowl – 7 July
2nd T20I, Edgbaston – 9 July
third T20I, Trent Bridge – 10 July
1st ODI, The Oval – 12 July
2nd ODI, Lord’s – 14 July
third ODI, Previous Trafford – 17 July