Ravichandran Ashwin Tests Positive for Covid-19

Ravichandran Ashwin Tests Positive for Covid-19

India has flown to England to play 1 Test, 3 T20s and 3 ODIs. However, Ravichandran Ashwin could not go with the team. This off-spin all-rounder Ravichandran Ashwin Tests Positive for Covid-19 for which he could not board the same plane with the team.

Ashwin joined the team on June 16 in Mumbai. However, before the tour, the star cricketer tested positive in Corona. For which England could not catch the plane at the scheduled time.

England and India will play the first Test of 1 match. There was one match left in the series, which was postponed on the last tour last year. Corona’s excuse was that the Indian team went back without playing. India is leading 2-1 in that series. The remaining Test matches will be played by the two teams from July 1.

Ashwin is expected to recover before that match. And you can play the match. However, India is scheduled to play a four-day warm-up match before that match. The right-handed cricketer may not be seen in that match. Because Ashwin will fly to England only after Corona is negative.

Ravichandran Ashwin was denied boarding on the airplane to England after testing positive for Covid-19. The off-spinner arrived in Mumbai on June 16 to fly with the Test team, but he is being quarantined.

The 35-year-old will not join the Test squad until all protocol criteria have been met. The remaining members of the Indian Test team have already arrived in Leicester and have began practicing at Leicestershire County Ground, where they will play a four-day practice match beginning on June 24.

Ravichandran Ashwin will likely miss the four-day practice match against Leicestershire beginning on Friday, but he might play in the rescheduled fifth Test at Edgbaston.

After playing in the five-match T20I series against South Africa that finished in a 2-2 tie, India’s head coach Rahul Dravid, Rishabh Pant, and Shreyas Iyer have left for England from Bengaluru.

 


 

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