The final day of the Ranji Trophy summit conflict between Bengal and Saurashtra will be played with none spectators due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the BCCI mentioned on Thursday.
“No public will be allowed on the final day. Only the players, match officials and media are allowed,” BCCI common supervisor Saba Karim, who’s in cost of home cricket, informed PTI.
The determination got here after the Sports Ministry’s advisory to all nationwide federations to comply with the Health Ministry’s advisory and keep away from massive gatherings in sports activities occasions.
The authorities’s directive is unlikely to have a big impact on the final day’s proceedings with solely a handful of spectators coming to watch the motion on the earlier 4 days.
Bengal are aiming for his or her first title since 1989-90 whereas Saurashtra are eying their maiden trophy.