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New Zealand vs Afghanistan game will feature Michael Gough as an on-field official.

On Thursday, West Indies and Sri Lanka’s Super 12 match was broadcast live on television, and TV umpire Michael Gough, who is a member of ICC’s elite panel of umpires, was on the roster.

The International Cricket Council announced on Tuesday that England umpire Michael Gough had been placed in administrative exile for six days following a breach of protocol during the Twenty20 World Cup. The nature of Gough’s violation is unknown, but in the United Arab Emirates, due to the coronavirus pandemic, players, umpires, support staff, and broadcasters have all been placed under strict bio bubbles. a breach of the event’s bio-security protocols has led to the Bio-Security Advisory Committee instructing Umpire Michael Gough to isolate for six days, according to an ICC spokesperson

41-year-old Gough, a member of the ICC’s elite panel of umpires, served as TV umpire for the West Indies-Sri Lanka Super 12 game on Thursday.

As it turns out, the ex-Durham batter will also serve as an on-field official for New Zealand’s upcoming ODI against Afghanistan.

The tournament’s seventh iteration is nearing its conclusion, with the championship match taking place in Dubai on November 14th.

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