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BCCI made it clear that it would be revised to a later date on the status of the fifth test

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BCCI made it clear that it would be revised to a later date on the status of the fifth test

BCCI made it clear that it would be revised to a later date on the status of the fifth test

In a declaration, the BCCI stated that the BCCI has given the ECB a reprogrammed test match, due to the close connection of the BCCI to the ECB, with both Boards trying to identify an appropriate time for organizing the reprogrammed trial.

The fifth was to start today on Friday, however, the test was to be cancelled because of an epidemic of COVID-19 infections in the Indian camp.
The test series 1-2 is currently led by India.

BCCI stated in a declaration that they have mutually agreed to stop the fifth Manchester Test on the Indian tour of England together with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).
They stated that the board discussed with the ECB any possibility of testing, but the epidemic prompted them to discontinue the test.

Yogesh Parmar has recently caught the virus and as a result, the practice has been canceled and the players have had to be stayed in the rooms and have another RT-PCR test.
All tested negative, nevertheless, they were still afraid to participate and BCCI determined that they were named head coach Bharat Arun Ravi Shastri

BCCI noted the safety of the player to them is essential. They were grateful to the ECB for their cooperation and their knowledge.The board excused the fans that it could not compete in an “enthusiastic” series.

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