The second Twenty20 International of the series between Sri Lanka and India has been put back a day after Krunal Pandya tested positive for coronavirus.
Pandya was in the India team that won the first match by 38 runs in Colombo on Sunday, but the all-rounder returned a positive test ahead of the second game scheduled to take place on Tuesday.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) revealed eight members of the touring party were identified as close contacts with Pandya, so they have been forced into isolation.
Sri Lanka and India will instead contest the second game on Wednesday, with the third and final game of the series taking place on Thursday.
The BCCI revealed RT-PCR tests were undertaken to discover if there has been any further outbreak in the squad.