Cricket West Indies is sending two members of their board to inspect the protocols and health condition in Bangladesh, as their team is expected to play a
series against Bangladesh in January next year.
Akshai Mansingh who is the board director of the Cricket West Indies will travel to Bangladesh along with the security manager of the board Paul Slowewill. They will have inspect the conditions closely and will make sure that their players don’t find anything that might be concerning their health conditions. They will also look at all the protocols that are to be followed by the players for their safety during these times. The pandemic has changed the situation as they cannot have any leniency for the players as it is very dangerous for everyone including the players and their families.
The CEO of Cricket West Indies in a press release confirmed this news and said that they will be sending two of their highly experienced professionals to Bangladesh to inspect and have a look at all the arrangements done by the BCB to ensure the safety of players.
He also added that they will be the first team to tour Bangladesh after the pandemic hit and they do not want to take any risks with the health situations in the current world.
He went on to say that the medical team had brief meetings over the last few days and they will go through the report prepared by our members after their visit to Bangladesh. Only after that report, it will be decided that whether is it safe for our team to tour Bangladesh or not.
The West Indies are going to play 3 ODI’s, 2 T20I’s and 3 tests against Bangladesh in January next year.
West Indies are right now in New Zealand preparing for their 2 T20I’s and 2 tests against the Kiwis.