Team India’s 10 days quarantine reduced to just 3 days by ECB after BCCI’s request

According to Insidesport, ECB accepts BCCI’s request as Team India’s mandatory quarantine period of is negotiated by BCCI to just 3 days.

World Test Championship final is scheduled to be held from 18th June to 22nd June. With less than 3 weeks remaining for the finals, both teams are gearing up to lock horns with each other. Amid this, In recent developments, Team India’s mandatory Isolation period in England is also reduced.

According to Insidesport, After a request from BCCI, England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has relaxed their Covid-19 protocols for the Indian teams and they will now be allowed to practice from the 4th day onwards. This decision will be beneficial for both men & women team leaving for a tour of England.

Reportedly, Team India’s players are in strict isolation currently in Mumbai. The players are supposed to reach England on 2nd June. Thereafter, they’ll start their 3 days strict isolation in hotels. Players will start practicing from the 4th day onwards.

The World Test Championship Final is to be held in Southampton. Team India has also to play a test series against England. The test series between India and England is scheduled to start from the 1st week of August.

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