The ECB has made it clear that there is no strong biological bubble in the India and England series even though the players appear to be corona positive

Although the players in India and England appear to be corona positive, the ECB does not create a strong biological bubble in the Test series. ECB Chief Executive Tom Harrison provided the information. He said the players are tired of the biological bubble and this is affecting their mental health. It is noteworthy that Team India wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant has been affected by the epidemic and is currently in isolation. At the same time, during the series against Pakistan, many of the English team players were also seen as corona positive.

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Tom Harrison, ‘Dealing with Corona, the situation is different now than it was six months or a year ago. We are learning to live with it. We are creating a safer environment to replace the bio-bubble. Players are tired of the Bio Bubble. This is affecting the mental health of the players. We need to learn to deal with corona. We have to live with it in the coming days. We strictly follow the protocol. India County will play a warm-up match against Select XI before the start of the Test series against England.

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Rishabh Pant has not traveled to Durham with the team after being found to be positive and will be tested again on July 18. Apart from Pant, throwdown specialist Dayanand Zarani has also come to grips with this viral. Vriddhiman Saha has been separated due to his association with Dayanand. ECB has announced the County Select XI team for the practice match against India. Warwickshire captain Will Rhodes has been given command of the team.

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