Rohit Sharma tests positive for Covid-19

The fifth Test among India and England is scheduled to start on July 1 in Birmingham.
Group India Test captain Rohit Sharma has tried positive for Covid-19. It very well may be an enormous catastrophe for India’s arrangements for the oddball Test against England at Edgbaston beginning from July 1.

As per a BCCI explanation, “Rohit has tried positive in the Rapid Antigen Test in Leicester, England. His test was directed on Saturday, June 25. He’s been put under detachment with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) clinical group regulating his wellbeing.”
There were hypotheses over Rohit’s wellbeing during the third day of the warm-up match against Leicestershire where the Indian captain made 25 in the primary innings.

Prior, R Ashwin had likewise tried positive prior to leaving India which postponed his appearance.

In front of their fifth and last Test match against England, the India are playing a four-day visit match against Leicestershire. India at present lead the Test series 2-1. The fifth Test match, which should be held at Old Trafford in Manchester last year, was dropped because of Covid-19.
There were hypotheses over Rohit’s wellbeing during the third day of the warm-up match against Leicestershire where the Indian captain made 25 in the main innings.

Prior, R Ashwin had additionally tried positive prior to leaving India which postponed his appearance.

In front of their fifth and last Test match against England, the India are playing a four-day visit match against Leicestershire. India right now lead the Test series 2-1. The fifth Test match, which should be held at Old Trafford in Manchester last year, was dropped because of Covid-19.

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