India will play a five-match Test series on the England tour next month. India played the final of the ICC World Test Championship (WTC) against New Zealand last month, which allowed only a limited number of spectators to enter the stadium. However, now the stadium will be filled with spectators in the upcoming five-match Test series, as the British government has announced a further relaxation on the Kovid-19 rules. This is the first time that England’s Sports Stadium will be fully filled with spectators since March 19. Following this move by the government, there will be a full audience in the Test series between India and England from August 4.
As we get to the fourth stage, we need to balance the risks – the dangers of disease and the dangers of proceeding with legally enforced restrictions that will inevitably harm people’s lives and livelihoods. pic.twitter.com/AqI2nYxpaz
– Boris Johnson (or Boris Johnson) July 5, 2021
Sky Sports quoted British Prime Minister Boris Johnson as saying, “When the process of removing the lockout in the country reaches its final stage, accepting legal restrictions is like a personal will. With the fourth step, we remove all legal limits on indoor and outdoor numbers. We allow all businesses, including nightclubs, to reopen. We also remove the ban on people attending concerts, plays and sports.
Senior England fast bowler Stuart Broad has strongly welcomed the government’s decision and said the entire stadium will be filled with spectators in the first Test between India and England in Nottingham in the first week of August. He posted a video on Twitter, in which the entire stadium is filled with spectators and celebrating it with colors after the victory. In a caption to the video, Brad wrote: “This is the first test to be played at Trent Bridge between India and England.”
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