India in England: Virat Kohli Drives A Middle Wicket Instructional Meeting In Durham In Front of 5-Test Series

  • Jul 28, 2021
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The Indian cricket crew in England set it all up as they had their first place wicket instructional course at the Durham Cricket Club on Tuesday. India's top-request batsmen Captain Virat Kohli, Mayank Agarwal, Cheteshwar Pujara, KL Rahul, Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane had a hit on the middle wicket alongside Rishabh Pant, who recuperated from Covid-19 and joined the Test crew in Durham last week.

India and England will play a progression of 5 Tests in Nottingham, London, Leeds and Manchester from August 4 to September 14. The India-England confrontation will stamp the start of the second pattern of the ICC World Test Championship (WTC).

The guests played a three-day practice match against County Select XI at this scene recently and will next play an intra-crew game from July 29 preceding taking on England in the Test series.

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Gasp, who contracted Covid on July 8 during the group's break in London, joined India's profile bubble in Durham on July 22.

Prominently, the Indian restricted overs side in Sri Lanka has managed a gigantic blow on Tuesday after the BCCI affirmed that Krunal Pandya tried positive for Covid-19 which prompted the delay of the second T20I in Colombo. The match was booked to begin from 8 pm IST this evening however has been moved back by a day to July 28.

8 players recognized as 'close contacts have been placed in detachment and the whole Indian unexpected will presently go through RT-PCR tests today to determine any further episode in the crew. Quite, Prithvi Shaw and Suryakumar Yadav should join the Indian Test side in England from Sri Lanka yet they may need to defer their takeoff now in case they are essential for the 8-part list secluding in Colombo.

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India had won the ODI series 2-1 and was driving 1-0 in the T20I series. The beginning of the ODI series was likewise deferred after the batting mentor and the video investigator of the Sri Lankan group had tried positive for Covid-19.

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