IMAGE: The series will mark the Indian team’s return to competitive cricket after almost 12 months. Photograph: Daniel Pockett/Getty Images The Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association, on Tuesday, confirmed that it will be hosting the eight-match limited overs series between the women’s teams of India and South Africa in Lucknow from March 7. The series, comprising five ODIs and three T20Is, will mark the Indian team’s return to competitive cricket after almost 12 months. Both teams will be arriving in Lucknow on February 25 and will undergo a six-day quarantine. A 22-member Indian team has been picked for the contest but is yet to be announced. “We got the go ahead from the BCCI yesterday. It is a big series considering our team last played 12 month ago. We are looking forward to hosting it,” UPCA secretary Yudhvir Singh said. The ODI, all of them day-games, will be played on March 7, 9, 12, 14 and 17 and will be followed by the T20 matches on March 20, 21 and 24 with the first two games to be played under lights at the Ekana International Stadium. Both the teams will get less than a week to train before the series opener… Read full this story
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