Ladies and gentlemen! Cricket is back to its home. Yes, we are talking about the team England who is considered to be the originals of the cricket. They added more spices to this theory by winning a breathtaking world cup against New Zealand. Phew! I still get goosebumps.
Currently, every English man is eager and competing to fight for their places to be part of playing 11 after the pandemic halt. More than their fitness, they returned with negative results for COVID.
ECB board confirmed us, this gives us great relief and more thrill to play the best eleven against West indies.
English cricket board documented 702 COVID medical tests were done in the span of June 1 to June 23 along with the stakeholders working at Southampton and Manchester multiple times. English team including all the officials have come out clean with COVID tests, said by an ECB official in a statement.
They were confident and handled carefully for all the officials in which includes match officials, venue and hotel staff, cricket coaches, and staff. Speedster Jofra archer has to undergo another COVID-19 test result, although, he came out negative in his first test result.
He is genuinely desperate to join the training camp post the second test results. The closed-door training camp has already been resumed. It was a mature decision to undergo another test as one of his households felt unwell last weekend.
Thus, ECB decided to keep him in the parking lot for now.
All domestic and international cricket was suspended due to the COVID pandemic leading all the world wide cricket fans disappointed.
We will get back our favorite game this July when the world champions will take on mighty West Indies cricket team.
West Indies team is undergoing safe and scheduled training for the 2-month tour along with medical and fitness projects to clock their best and safe clash against English.
Well, this is definitely good news for cricket fans in England and West Indies. There is only good news so far, we will come back to you with some amazing hot topic soon. Stay tuned with us!