After all-rounder Krunal Pandya tested COVID positive, the T20I series among India and Sri Lanka was immediately suspended for the time being. The 2nd Twenty20 International, which was supposed to take place on Tuesday, has been postponed a day. Unless the visiting group provides negative results before Tuesday evening (July 27th) will the series continue. Here is why the Travel Plans Of Shaw And Suryakumar For England Is Affected.
Travel Plans Of Shaw And Suryakumar For England Is Affected
Furthermore, Prithvi Shaw as well as Suryakumar Yadav, who has been picked as substitutes for the next Test tour of England, are likely to be affected by the happenings in Sri Lanka. These players are presently in Sri Lanka, and it is unclear whether they are within Krunal Pandya’s 8 close contacts recognized by medical personnel.
Shaw and Surya are in isolation with the rest of the team, and for the time being, they must at least maintain negative for COVID. It was previously anticipated that they will arrive in England following the present T20I series in Sri Lanka; however, it remains to be seen whether their presence in England is further postponed.
There Have Been No Positive Cases In The Sri Lankan Camp As Of Yet: Reports
The isolation duration of Krunal Pandya with 8 other close contacts is unknown at this time and will be determined by the COVID virus in consideration. Furthermore, there have been no positive cases in the Sri Lankan camp as of yet, and they will be screened on Wednesday.
The Indian squad is now residing at Taj Samudra, which has employees who are also members of the bubble. Professor Arjuna de Silva, who oversees SLC’s bubble procedures, also revealed that no one from the hotel staff has tested positive and that Krunal’s infection would still be unknown.
In the meantime, BCCI affirmed in a declaration that, based on the outcomes of the Indian team on Tuesday, the rest of the 2 T20Is would now be rescheduled for 28 and 29 July.