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NZ-W v IND-W: India Girls to play all New Zealand matches in Queenstown to scale back COVID-19 risk

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The Indian girls’s staff will play all six white-ball matches in opposition to New Zealand in Queenstown to scale back the possibilities of a COVID-19 outbreak.

The Indian girls’s staff, already in New Zealand, is now scheduled to play all 5 ODIs and a T20I, beginning February 9 at John Davies Oval in Queenstown.

The bilateral sequence, forward of the 50-over World Cup in March-April, was earlier scheduled to start out with the one-off T20I at McLean Park in Napier, adopted by the primary ODI on the similar venue two days later.

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The Saxton Oval in Nelson was to host the second and third ODIs on February 14 and 16, with the ultimate two ODIs in Queenstown on February 22 and 24.

“These danger mitigations are based mostly on avoiding recognized Covid-19 hotspots and embrace limiting air journey, limiting lodging transfers and, primarily, working in safer environments,” NZC chief govt David White mentioned in a press release.

“We all know the extra home flights we now have, and the extra motion there may be between accommodations, the larger the possibility of a match or perhaps a sequence being put in danger,” he added.

The 2 groups final squared off in opposition to one another in a bilateral sequence in January-February 2019, when New Zealand hosted India for six limited-overs video games. India clinched the ODI sequence 2-1 whereas New Zealand handed it a 3-0 sweep within the T20Is.

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