The BCCI sources said that the 1st T20I match among India and Bangladesh will be held as scheduled in Delhi air quality breaking down post-Diwali. BCCI sources said “We had taken permission from Delhi Pollution Control Committee and they gave November 3 as clear day so we decided to fix the Delhi venue after their consultation”. When asked what would happen if the situation worsened the replied, “As of now everything is fixed and I don’t see any change in plan.”
The morning after Diwali, the air quality in Delhi plunged to “very poor” as indicated by the SAFAR.
A range of between 0 and 50 AQI could be considered “good”, whereas a range of 51 and 100 “satisfactory”, 101 and 200 is considered as “moderate”, between 201 and 300 is “poor”, “very poor” for 301 and 400, “severe” for the range of 401 to 500.
Air quality has been poor and a worry for Sri Lankans when in December 2017 they had to wear face masks while fielding as it became very difficult for them to breathe.
Cricketers in Bangladesh’s fundamental household association will see coordinate installments practically twofold under another arrangement that finished a player strike a week ago, the game’s decision body said. Players in the top-level of the National Cricket League will get 60,000 taka for every 4-day match, a Bangladesh Cricket Board proclamation said.
Different costs were additionally expanded as a major aspect of the arrangement, which finished a 3-day strike, began by players a week ago.