IND vs ENG: India and England players’ covid reports negative, teams to start training | IND vs ENG: Corona report from players of both teams negative, practice will start from today

Chennai: Members of the India and England team cricket team tested negative in three Kovid-19 tries during the split. After that, players from both teams can begin their practice session (practice) for the test series.

The practice will start from today

After Kovid-19’s test report is negative, from today both teams will start training for the first test.

The Indian players, who won the Test Series during the Australia tour, spent time at their homes and then joined groups in a biologically safe environment from last Wednesday.

According to the BCCI update, “The Indian cricket team ended its segregation in Chennai today. Three RT-PCR tests were performed at regular intervals for Kovid-19 and all results were negative. The team will have their first outdoor session starting at 5pm today and the net session will start tomorrow.

Some English players are already training

The isolation of Ben Stokes, Joffra Archer and Rory Burns from England, who are not going on tour to Sri Lanka, is already over and they are training.

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According to a spokesperson for the England and Wales Cricket Board, “All the results of the PCR test carried out yesterday were negative. The England team are now out of isolation and will train as a full squad at the stadium tomorrow from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Indian time.

England reached Chennai on Wednesday after winning the test series 2-0 in Sri Lanka.

The series of tests will start from February 5

However, the series of four tests against the team led by Virat Kohli will be a big challenge for the England team. The series of tests will begin from February 5. England were the last opposing team to win the Test Series in India.

The Indian team is full of confidence having won the Test Series on Australian soil twice in the past three years. India beat Australia 2-1 in the Test Series last month.

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