Coronavirus: India opt out of Sri Lanka tour
India have ruled out touring Sri Lanka later this month, meaning six planned limited-overs internationals could be rescheduled to August.
India have pulled out of a limited-overs tour of Sri Lanka that was due to begin this month.
The three ODIs and three Twenty20 matches that had been billed could now take place in August, according to reports.
Confirmation of the matches in June and July being called off came from Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), with the national board citing coronavirus concerns as the reason.
An SLC statement read: "The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) informed Sri Lanka Cricket that due to the prevailing circumstances revolving around COVID-19 pandemic, the cricket series, which included three ODIs and three T20i matches will not be feasible."
SLC quoted a message it had received from the BCCI, confirming a wish to abide by cricket's future tours programme (FTP), provided health assurances have been received.
That BCCI message said it would need "to seek the advice from government of India and the health regulatory authorities before taking any decision for the resumption of cricket".
According to Sri Lankan newspaper The Island, India would be prepared to tour in August if they obtain governmental permission to make the trip.
Bangladesh are due to tour Sri Lanka in July and August for a three-Test series, but the Ceylon Daily News this week reported those matches were in doubt.
It quoted Bangladesh Cricket Board director Akram Khan as saying the "chances are very slim" of the tour going ahead in its current calendar slot.