IND Vs SL: The schedule of the limited overs series to be played between Sri Lanka and India has been changed due to Corona virus. The series will start from July 17 instead of 13 due to the occurrence of corona cases in the Sri Lankan cricket team. Now another information is coming out about the Sri Lankan cricket team. The Sri Lanka Cricket Board has put the players in two groups for the series against India.
The Sri Lanka Cricket Board is now taking extra security regarding the corona virus. The Sri Lanka Cricket Board has made a new plan and has created two groups in the players’ bio bubble, one in Colombo and one in Dambulla. According to the report of ESPN Cricinfo, players from these two groups can take the field against India in the limited over series.
Sri Lankan team’s data analyst GT Niroshan has tested positive for COVID-19 ahead of the series against India. Earlier, batting coach Grant Flower was also found to be corona virus positive. Sri Lanka Cricket said in a statement, “Gt Niroshan, data analyst for the Sri Lankan national team, has been found to be Kovid-19 positive.”
will be decided on sunday
According to the protocol, the treatment of Niroshan and Grant Flower has started. The Sri Lanka Cricket Board said, “After Grant Flower tested positive for COVID-19, the national players, coaches and support staff were tested for PCR yesterday, in which GT Niroshan came positive. Niroshan is undergoing treatment as per the medical protocol.
According to the report, the doctors of the Sri Lankan team are worried because both these support staff have been infected with the delta variant, which is dangerous and spreads very fast. Corona test will be done for all the players of Sri Lanka team on Sunday. The decision on whether the Sri Lankan main team will play the series against India will be taken only after the report of the Test to be held on Sunday.
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