India vs South Africa, 1st ODI: Dharamsala opener washed out

The wet outfield at HPCA Stadium delayed the toss, and persistent rain forced officials to call off the match at 5:20 PM local time.

India TV Sports Desk [ Published on: March 12, 2020 18:50 IST ]
  • Rain caused the abandonment of the first One Day International between India and South Africa on Thursday without a ball being bowled.
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    Rain caused the abandonment of the first One Day International between India and South Africa on Thursday without a ball being bowled.

  •   The wet outfield at HPCA Stadium delayed the toss, and persistent rain forced officials to call off the match at 5:20 PM local time.
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    The wet outfield at HPCA Stadium delayed the toss, and persistent rain forced officials to call off the match at 5:20 PM local time.

  • The second ODI of this three-match contest will be in Lucknow on Sunday.
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    The second ODI of this three-match contest will be in Lucknow on Sunday.

  • However, as per the Indian government’s latest health advisory regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, the remaining two ODIs in Lucknow and Kolkata are expected to be played without spectators.
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    However, as per the Indian government’s latest health advisory regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, the remaining two ODIs in Lucknow and Kolkata are expected to be played without spectators.

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