All members of the England squad have passed their coronavirus tests and the squad are expected to start training together in Chennai on Tuesday. England will be happy to see Covid test results turn negative as they prepare for the first test against India on February 5. in 2016.
England Squad will be very confident after their recent 2-0 series victory in Sri Lanka also with their spinners Dominic Bess and Jack Leach coming to the party. Joe Root was the series man in Sri Lanka with more than 400 tests in two tests. He is the top spin player in England’s batting lineup and will play a key role if England are to put in a strong performance against mighty India on the subcontinent pitches.
England Squad out of quarantine
After getting Covid results as negative, members of the England squad are more likely to train on Tuesday. With only three days left for the first test, the three members who arrived separately last week, Rory Burns, Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer were in quarantine for 6 days and now they will join the team for the first training session on Tuesday. afternoon.
“All PCR tests from yesterday’s test gave negative results. England Day is now out of quarantine and will train for the first time as a full squad at the stadium tomorrow afternoon from 2pm to 5pm (IST) ” Read an update from the England and Wales Cricket Board spokesperson.
A big challenge for the England team
The England team have performed better than other touring nations in the overseas conditions which will be a good sign for them to enter the series. Jofra Archer will play red ball cricket for the first time in India after making a mark in the IPL with the white ball for the Royals of Rajasthan.
Ben Stokes have singlehandedly had some big wins for England in recent years and he hopes to produce those kinds of performances in these series.
England’s greatest threat will be Ravichandran Ashwin and if they manage to play it well, then the series could be interesting.