2nd Ind-SA ODI shifted from Kanpur to Gwalior

Updated: 06 February 2010 17:50 IST

The Cricket Board shifted the second one-dayer between India and South Africa on February 24 from Kanpur to Gwalior.

New Delhi:

The Cricket Board shifted the second one-dayer between India and South Africa on February 24 from Kanpur to Gwalior.

Without giving any reason, the Cricket Board said in a release that the second ODI has been shifted from Kanpur to Gwalior.

"The second One Day International between India and South Africa scheduled to be played at Kanpur on 24th February 2010 has now been shifted to Gwalior," BCCI Secretary N Srinivasan said in the release.

The first ODI will be played in Jaipur on February 21 while the third and last match will be held in Ahmedabad on February 27.

Topics : Cricket Sreesanth
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