Ben Stokes worried England big players could opt out of ‘The Hundred’

England captain Ben Stokes has passed his first test after seven members of the team received a corona. Under his captaincy, the team took a 2-0 lead in the three-match ODI series against Pakistan. Stokes admits that his teammates may have to spend more time in the bio-bubble because of the corona virus. Next England need to play a five-match Test series against India. It will launch from August 4th. Stokes says it would be very disappointing if the major players did not participate in ‘The Hundred’ due to the bio-bubble.

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Speaking to ESPN Cricinfo, he said: ‘This is a big event for England and we want to be a part of it. We all know how big the role of a major player is in making the franchise tournament bigger. It can be very frustrating if Test players cannot play in it because of Kovid. If the tournament starts July 21, let’s say the final match is on August 21st.

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Recently, some players were found to be corona positive at the County Cricket Championships. This included the name of Australian batsman and Middlesex captain Peter Handscomb. In his stead, Ireland fast bowler Tim Murtagh was made the team’s captain. The County Championship match between Derbyshire and Essex was canceled in Derby after the players were found to be corona positive. With so many coronavirus cases coming out, there are rumors that England test cricketers can be asked to enter the Bio Bubble before the series against India begins on August 4.

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