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In light of a legitimate concern for public wellbeing and security the getting sorted out body of the Unacademy Road Safety World Series — the Professional Management Group (PMG), Viacom18 Media Pvt Ltd, BookMyShow, DNA Entertainment and Majestic Legends Sports Pvt Ltd. — and following the warning gave by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, have consistently consented to reschedule the excess matches of the Series to a later date. The excess seven matches in the arrangement will currently be played when the circumstance is helpful for hold public occasions with huge get-together and there are no movement limitations.
Because of the episode of COVID-19 and the raising number of cases around the world, the Government of India gave a warning "to guarantee that no open social occasions occur in any game". The initial four matches in the Road Safety World Series saw an enormous turnout at all settings and immense after and commitment on air and the computerized channels. The prevalence of this five-country T20 arrangement, which is held to make mindfulness towards street wellbeing in the nation, developed as time passes and tickets for the forthcoming matches were sold-out much ahead of time. To forestall any further extent of a huge social occasion, the coordinators felt that it is able not to proceed with the arranged matches now.
Discussing the arrangement, Mr Ravi Gaikwad, RTO Chief of Thane (Konkan Range) said: "The choice to reschedule the occasion has been taken as the most mindful game-plan, to protect the wellbeing and security of the cricket-adoring fans, players and staffs. The Government of India (GoI) has given a warning to guarantee that no open social affair happens in any games thus it is significant that we submit to the public authority rules and consequently this slight break in the competition, however it will be back soon for the reason for street wellbeing."
Road Safety World Series T20 2020 is a series of 11 T20 matches between India Legends, West Indies legends, Sri Lanka Legends, Australia Legends and South Africa Legends from Mar 07 - Mar 22 2020
Road Safety World Series 2021 schedule:
- March 5, India Legends vs. Bangladesh Legends
- March 6, Sri Lanka Legends vs. West Indies Legends
- March 7, England Legends vs. Bangladesh Legends
- March 8, South Africa Legends vs. Sri Lanka Legends
- March 9, India Legends vs. England Legends
- March 10, Bangladesh Legends vs. Sri Lanka Legends
- March 11, England Legends vs. South Africa Legends
- March 12, Bangladesh Legends vs. West Indies Legends
- March 13, India Legends vs. South Africa Legends
- March 14, Sri Lanka Legends vs. England Legends
- March 15, South Africa Legends vs. Bangladesh Legends
- March 16, England Legends vs. West Indies Legends
- March 17, Semifinal 1
- March 18, Semifinal 2
- March 21, Road Safety World Series 2021 Final.
Just like the other international games being played in India, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to allow the presence of spectators in the stadium. The tickets for the same can be booked from bookmyshow.com. The passes for the knockout games and the matches involving India Legends start from Rs. 500. The minimum price for the tickets for other matches is Rs. 100.
Jonty Rhodes commented on twitter: ‘Sadly, the Road Safety World Series T20 has been postponed, but the tournament has been such a huge success already, that we have all agreed to be available (if possible) to continue raising awareness for such a good cause, at a later stage this year’, published by - The Beyond News (Sports)