England weighing up future of India Tests

Updated: 27 November 2008 11:22 IST

The England and Wales Cricket Board was still considering on Thursday whether to abandon its two-Test tour of India following terrorist attacks in Mumbai.

Cuttack:

The England and Wales Cricket Board was still considering on Thursday whether to abandon its two-Test tour of India following terrorist attacks in Mumbai.

ECB Managing Director, England Cricket, Hugh Morris said in a press conference in Cuttack that "the Test series is still on, pending a security advisory. But, the remaining one-dayers are called off."

On whether they are going back to England or not, Hugh Morres said "Going to England and then coming back is still an option, we are still not sure when would be we heading back because team are awaiting security reports from England."

The teams are scheduled to play the first test in Ahmedabad from December 11, with the second match due to start December 19 in Mumbai, which has been hit by attacks that killed more than 100 people.

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