IND vs ENG: BCCI gives relief to Team India, but England Cricket Board in tension | News

Team India is currently on a tour of England. The tour will feature a series of 5 Test matches between India and England. The series is set to begin on August 4.

London, July 16: Team India is currently on a tour of England. India and England in this tour (India vs England) There will be a series of 5 Test matches between them. The series is set to begin on August 4. But before the series, Team India’s wicket keeper Rishabh Pant (Rishabh Pant) It is infected with the corona, so the England Cricket Board (ECB) However, the tension has increased. The England Cricket Board will earn a lot from this series. The Indian team has 24 players for this tour.

The final of the World Test Championship on June 23 (WTC Final) After that, the players of Team India were given a break. During this time, Rishabh Pant and the team’s throwdown expert Dayanand Jarani contracted corona. The other members of the team have tested negative for corona. The team has to play two practice matches before the Test series. The first match will start on July 20. Pant and Riddhiman Saha from this match (Wriddhiman Saha) Are out. He has also had to be quarantined due to contact with Saha Dayanand, but his test has been negative.

According to the Telegraph, the England Cricket Board will get Rs 1,000 crore from the series. But the BCCI (BCCI) The break given to the players has caused a crisis in the series. Corona patients are on the rise in the UK, which could have an impact on the series. The series cannot be postponed any further, as the IPL will be held soon after (IPL) Is about to begin. Also the T20 World Cup after the IPL (T20 World Cup) Is.

Not all England players have yet been given a second dose of the vaccine. Many of the players playing in the county have come back positive, so the Hundred, which starts July 21, is also in question. Many big players have already withdrawn from the tournament. The Hundred was supposed to start last year, but was postponed due to corona. The women’s team will feature five players from India, including Shafali Verma and Smriti Mandhana.

Published by:Shreyas

First published:July 16, 2021, 2:56 PM IST


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