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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cricket

    New Zealand Cricket and Cricket Australia have worked to make a call on today's Chappell-Hadlee Trophy one-day international opener

    New Zealand Cricket and Cricket Australia have worked to make a call on today's Chappell-Hadlee Trophy one-day international opener


    The match in Sydney will go ahead... without crowds due to the coronavirus.

    Black Caps manager Mike Sandle says they took advice from health authorities, before agreeing on the decision.

    First ball's at 4:30pm.



    This weekend's Australian Formula One Grand Prix has officially been cancelled.


    The Highlanders will play to an empty stadium in this Sunday's Super Rugby match against the Jaguares in Buenos Aires.

    The measures have been taken by the Argentine government for all mass events.

    However, the Chiefs-Hurricanes match will kick-off at 7.05pm tonight in Hamilton as per normal.

    Crowds have surrounded the fairways and greens at a PGA Tour event for the last time for the forseeable future today.

    The coronavirus has led to the governing body banning crowds from the second round of the Players Championship tomorrow, and upcoming events.


    Arsenal football manager Mikel Arteta has tested positive for Covid-19.

    The full first team squad will self-isolate.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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