The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has already refused to send any other players to England to replace the injured Shubman Gill. Even after wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant made Corona positive, the board remained adamant about not sending any other player to England. But now, with the injuries of Avesh Khan and Washington Sundar, the BCCI may need to reconsider its decision. So far, three of India’s three players who have traveled to England have been ruled out of the five-match Test series to be held on August 4. Besides Gill, Avesh and Sundar are included. According to a report by the Times of India, the BCCI can now send three players, including Bhubaneswar Kumar, to replace these injured players. Bhubaneswar is currently playing a limited-overs series in Sri Lanka.
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A senior BCCI official said, “We will see if it is necessary to send them to England immediately.” Three players have already been dropped from the 24-man squad that traveled to England. The team’s management had previously requested to send Prithvi Shah and Devadut Padidkal to England, but the council rejected them. However, it is not easy for the BCCI to send its players from Sri Lanka to England. Bhuvneshwar is also rumored to be one of the players to go to England.
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There are many reasons to pay attention. Travel restrictions are also such a thing. If the players are actually sent, it is from a batch currently in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka is also on the red list of the UK government. The board is making sure there are some challenges before making a decision on this. Bubble-to-bubble transfer is not possible. Selectors decide how many players to send if needed.