As a stage for the trip to England to attend the final of the ICC World Test Championship Survival bubble Indian cricket team spinner Ravichandran Aswin, batsman Mayang Agarwal and bowling coach Bharath Arun left Chennai yesterday to join the ring. Separate plane They left for Mumbai by.
India, led by Virat Kohli, will take on New Zealand, led by Kane Williamson, in the final of the ICC World Test Championship. The tournament kicks off on June 18 in Southampton, England. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has 14 days for the 20 players, substitutes, coaches and assistant coaches of the Indian team to take part in the tournament. Survival bubble The ring is being developed in Mumbai. This period of isolation begins today.
From Chennai yesterday to join Separate plane By Ravichandran Aswin, Batsman Mayang Agarwal, Bowling Coach Bharath Arun from Chennai yesterday Separate plane They left for Mumbai by road. Similarly, Mohammad Siraj and fielding coach R Shader went from Mumbai to Mumbai.
The players, who live in Mumbai and Pune, will join the squad on the 24th. Captain Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane and Rohit Sharma will join the team on the 24th. KL Rahul, who underwent surgery for a bowel problem, is also expected to join the Indian team on the same day.
Players joining the team’s safety ring must have taken the RT-PCR test 3 times to diagnose corona virus infection and submit its results. 3 more tests will be taken after more players join the safety ring.
In this category, the Indian team will travel to London on June 2 to take the results of the 6 tests. The Indian team, which arrives in England on June 3, will be in isolation thereafter. They will then be allowed to engage in training. – PTI