The International Cricket Council (ICC) has reported that India will arrive in England on a chartered flight on June 3 to play the final of the World Test Championship. The UK government has exempted the WTC Final from its health safety regulations. Team India will be leaving India on June 2 and this time the team is completing its quarantine in Mumbai. The WTC final between India and New Zealand will be played in Southampton from June 18 to 22.
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The Indian team will arrive in England on June 3 in an exclusive chartered flight in Mumbai, the ICC said in a statement on Saturday. All members of the tour must have a negative corona report with them. Upon reaching England, the team goes straight to the hotel in the Hampshire Bowl. Here members are re-checked before the separation begins. As previously reported, some of the Indian team’s assistant staff, coach Nick Webb, and throwdown specialist Nuwan Seneviratne will join the team in England. Neither of them had come to the Mumbai Current. The web is believed to be in New Zealand, while Senevirat’s is in Sri Lanka’s Carrentine.
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It is noteworthy that the family members of the players and other members who wish to go to the UK with them are currently in touch with the players in Mumbai, but according to information, their visa has not yet arrived and given strict travel restrictions. May needs large-scale interventions. Despite this, the BCCI has stopped their visa applications in some families, including newborns. India’s WTC final rival New Zealand is already in the UK and preparing for a two-match Test series against England. They will race in the Bio-Bubble in the Hampshire Bowl on June 15 before the WTC Finals and all players will be undergoing corona testing before and after coming to Southampton.