Australia-New Zealand ODIs behind closed doors

Australia’s one-day series against New Zealand will be played behind closed doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic while the T20I matches at the end of the month in New Zealand are in doubt.

A few hours previously it had been confirmed that the Australia Women’s tour of South Africa would not be taking place.

The two ODIs in Sydney on Friday and Sunday and the final match in Hobart on March 20 will take place as scheduled but spectators won’t be admitted.

The final round of Sheffield Shield matches which start on March 17 and the final from March 27-31 will currently take place as planned.

After the New Zealand tour at the end of this month the next trip for Australia is the two-Test tour of Bangladesh in June followed by a tour to England in July. A significant number of Australian players are due to take part in the IPL which starts on March 29 that appears set to take place behind closed…

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