The England and Wales Cricket Board said on Friday that the first T20I of the series between India and England for women would go on as scheduled, despite rumours that the match may not be played after Queen Elizabeth passed away. The third and final Test between England’s men and South Africa at The Oval will continue on Saturday as well after the second day was postponed.

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) announced that cricket will resume on Saturday in honour of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and recognition of her extraordinary life and service.

Since the Test’s first day was rained out on Thursday and there won’t be an additional day added, the series-deciding match will now only last three days. Cricket South Africa has been in talks with us, but they must go home on Tuesday to spend a few days there before travelling to India and Australia, the ECB stated.

“Day three of a five-day Test Match is so guaranteed to be tomorrow (Saturday),” According to “Official National Mourning advice,” domestic and recreational cricket matches will also go on as scheduled during the weekend, according to the ECB’s statement. Although the Football Association said that all games in England will be postponed, rugby will still be played this weekend. The national anthem will be played at The Oval after a moment of silence, according to the ECB.

“Black armbands will be worn by all athletes and coaches. Branded products will be replaced with text honouring The Queen in cricket “ECB said.

At 1-1, the series is tied.