Indian Test Team all rounder Ravichandran Ashwin has not made a visit to the United Kingdom alongside his squad members subsequent to testing positive for Covid-19, according to different reports. This comes after most of the Indian contingent arrived in London on June 16, to go head to head against England in the rescheduled fifth Test match from a year ago.
As indicated by the most recent reports, Ashwin has been put under isolation, and he will just join the Indian group subsequent to meeting the necessary conventions.
The rescheduled fifth Test between India and England will be played at Edgbaston from July 1-5, and the Indian Team have started their arrangements for the exceptionally expected challenge.
A senior BCCI official affirmed to news organisation PTI that R Ashwin had tested positive for Covid-19 preceding his takeoff to the UK, notwithstanding, he is at present under isolation, and ought to recuperate in time, in front of the oddball Test match.
Group India will play a 3-match T20I series against England after the finish of the Test, and from that point, an ODI series of as many games. Prior to that, nonetheless, they have a training game booked against Leicestershire, between June 24-28 and Ashwin is probably going to be unavailable for the equivalent.
In the interim, the remainder of the Indian crew have started working it out, under the full concentration of the eyes of bowling trainer Paras Mhambrey and batting mentor Vikram Rathour.
Prior on Monday, the BCCI shared a video of Indian openers Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill stirring things up around town, and the team is supposed to open against the Three Lions. It will be the initial time, Rohit will lead the Men in Blue for an abroad visit, since taking over the position from Virat Kohli.