ACB has allowed spectators to enter domestic cricket
Cricket is back on the field after the outbreak of Corona. However, the spectators did not return to the field. The return of cricket to England is also a pioneering role here. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) allowed a limited number of spectators to enter county cricket.
This time the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) is walking that path. The ACB has allowed spectators to enter domestic cricket. The board made the decision with the permission of the country’s public health ministry. Spectators will return to the field with the Shapeza Cricket League match starting in Kabul.
The ACB said in a statement, “Visitors will be able to return to the field with the permission of the Ministry of Public Health.” Spectators will be allowed to sit on the field during this year’s Shapeza Cricket League matches at the Kabul Cricket Stadium. However, the entry of visitors will be limited.
It is estimated that 30 percent of visitors will be allowed to enter the field in compliance with the health rules. Meanwhile, the schedule of the Shapeza Cricket League has changed due to the clash with the IPL. This year’s event will start on September 6 by bringing forward from September 18. It will end on September 17 with the final.