Krunal Pandya’s corona, India’s match was postponed

Krunal Pandya’s corona, India’s match was postponed

The second Twenty20 match between Sri Lanka and India is falling behind after an Indian cricketer tested positive for Covid-19. The match was scheduled to start in Colombo at 8.30 pm Bangladesh time on Tuesday. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) said in a tweet that Corona was attacked by cricketer Krunal Pandya.

According to Cricinfo, eight more people came in contact with Krunal. All series against the West Indies was postponed due isolation. According to the cricketer, the second T20 will be postponed to Wednesday. And the third T20 could be on Friday instead of Thursday.

India won the first match of the T20 series. Earlier, the ODI series visitors won 2-1.

Kovid-19 hit early in the tour of India. The ODI series not escape from the hands of Corona squad. Returning from the England tour, batting coach Grant Flower, who was with the Sri Lankan team, became the first positive. Then their analyst GT Niroshan also came positive. The ODI series was postponed after the Sri Lankan cricketer in the alternate squad, Kovid-19, tested positive.

On the other hand, the coronavirus also attacked the Indian squad on the tour of England. Rishav Pant was positive for Covid-19. However, the wicketkeeper-batsman has joined the preparations again after becoming negative. In the end, the Indian team did not escape from the hands of Corona.

The second match of Australia’s ODI series against the West Indies was postponed due to the recent capture of Covid-19. The match started on a new schedule after everyone came negative in the return Test.

Earlier in the series against Pakistan, the entire England team went into isolation as they got Kovid-19 positive in the main team. An alternate team led by Ben Stokes was then played.

Batsman McDermott has been ruled out of the third and final ODI of the series against the West Indies due to an ankle injury.

After the series in the West Indies, the Australian team is scheduled to board the Bangladesh flight.

The end, Dan Christian can come in the team weirdly. The Australian went down to play the second ODI of his career to catch a shot from Jason Holder.

He slipped on a rain cover on the side of the field and collided with a wooden billboard. The physio was on the doorstep. After returning to the field, McDermott’s ankle swelled the next day. Australia will decide on him after a scan on the morning of the third ODI.

If McDermott can’t play in the end, Dan Christian can come in the team in the third ODI. Stay away from ODIs since 2016, 36-year-old all-rounder Christian has not played a List A match. Ashton Agar, who was injured in the T20 series, can also return to the team along with him.

It is a matter of concern for Australia if there is any uncertainty about McDermott in the last ODI against West Indies as well as in the Bangladesh tour due to injury. Regular captain Aaron Finch will return to Australia to undergo knee surgery and will not be able to return to Bangladesh.

For various reasons, Australia will not get David Warner, Steven Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Marnus Labushan and Pat Cummins in the West Indies and Bangladesh tour. Australia will not be able to replace cricketers who have been ruled out due to injuries in the bio-safety zone.

Australia will come to Bangladesh directly at the end of the series against West Indies. According to the schedule announced by the BCB, they are scheduled to arrive on July 29. They will then play five T20s on August 3, 4, 6, 7 and 9. All the wicketkeeper-batsman has joined the preparations again after becoming Stadium in Mirpur.

Mushfiqur Rahim will not be able to play in the series for Bangladesh as the scheduled time to enter the bio-safety zone has passed. Tamim Iqbal will not say that the process of rehabilitation of the injured is going on.

This year’s IPL was closed after it was halved due to the increase in the incidence of corona in India. The rest of the IPL is about to begin. But not in India, it will be in the United Arab Emirates

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