RCB captain Virat Kohli. (Source: Twitter)

The cricket and sports events and activities came to a standstill after the COVID-19 outburst. But slowly the live action is getting back.

West Indies is touring England for the Test series while the 3T Solidarity Cup also took place in South Africa marking the resumption of live cricket action in the two countries.

India are also scheduled to tour Australia in December. But with the new rules, we might not still have the spectators in the stands.

Talking about the same, India skipper Virat Kohli did admit that the presence of crowd during the matches adds on to the energy. “The support from the crowd gives us a collective energy and zeal to play good game,” Kohli said while iteracting with Jatin Sapru on Cricket Connect.

India had toured New Zealand earlier this year while were slated to play South Africa in a three-match ODIs series at home but it was cancelled due to the pandemic.

The Indian Premier League (IPL) was also postponed for an indefinite time dur to the same reason. But if the reports are to be believed, the cash-rich league might take place in UAE between September and November.

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