The Indian women’s cricket team will travel to the UK for a month-long series with the men’s team and play their only Test match in Bristol but will be tight-lipped with the men’s team in Southampton. Both Indian teams are waiting for their completely separate program from the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB). The International Cricket Council (ICC) sent out a press release on Saturday but no information on the timing of the tough and general separation.
An Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) official who was aware of the visit told PTI-language on the status of privacy, “The Indian women team will not go to Bristol after arriving there. The women team will leave for Bristol shortly afterwards. “Both teams will be housed at the Hilton Hotel, part of the Hampshire Bowl Stadium.
We need to plan our training program and for this it is important to know the timing of strict and general separation, ”the official said. The ECB will hand over a complete chart containing information about our isolation from the first day. The women’s team is expected to remain in the same hotel, which is connected to the Bristol County grounds, to ensure the team’s bio-bubble. The women’s team will play its only Test match from June 16 to 19, and the final of the men’s World Test Championships between India and New Zealand will begin in the Hampshire Bowl from June 18.
Indian men’s skipper Virat Kohli and White Ball vice-captain Rohit Sharma will complete a seven-day tight end on Sunday, and are expected to complete their workouts in the gym. The official said their seven-day harsh separation would end tomorrow. They can now attend their practice sessions for the next three days before departure. But despite the tough isolation in India and the six negative RT-PCR tests, if you think they have to go through another tough isolation after arriving in Britain, this is a tough period and you have to adapt accordingly.
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