“Multiple rounds of discussions were undertaken by the BCCI and ECB in order to find a method of the test match, however, the breach of Covid-19 prompted the decision to call the Old Trafford test match off in the Indian team delegation.
“BCCI offered to the ECB a reschedulation of the canceled test match instead of the good connection between BCCI and ECB.
Both boards would endeavor to identify a window to replace this test match,” said BCCI.
Cricbuzz understands that Indian players submitted a letter to the BCCI, which expressed their worry about Old Trafford’s testing.
Since the second physical test of India – Yogesh Parmar – has been successful for Covid-19 there has been a lot of doubt over the final exam.
After that development, on the eve of the test, the India practice session with the players facing a new set of testing was also stopped.
Although all players have tested negatively, Cricbuzz believes that on Thursday evening there were extended hotlines between Manchester et Ahmedabad (September 9).
Concerns were voiced about health problems and preparedness to begin in less than 10 days for the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Another set of tests for COVID-19 have also taken place among Indian actors, whose findings are pending.