Rahul Dravid, the head coach of the Indian group. On the Sri Lanka visit, has confirmed. That the close contacts of Krunal Pandya. They attempted a positive for Covid-19 on Tuesday. It’ll not incorporate inside. The remaining 2 matches of the 3-match T20I arrangement.
Taking after the Rapid Antigen Tests. Conducted ahead of the game on Tuesday morning. Krunal Pandya was found to be positive and the restorative groups. It recognized eight individuals as near contacts of the all-rounder. The names of the members have not revealed.
“Shockingly the near contacts of Krunal won’t be playing a portion. We have 11 players available and we are going to play them. There’s nothing to feel too bad approximately. All the 11 are good sufficient to make the 11 and that’s why they were picked within the squad.
I feel it is exciting to see them perform. Yes, the balance of the side will be a little fragile. Because we can only pick from the players available,” Rahul Dravid said ahead of the 2nd T20I.
The BCCI is in a new articulation on Thursday. Expressed that all the near contacts tried negative for Covid-19. Once more on Thursday evening. The board assists included that. Then contacts will proceed to separate as a security measure.
“After Krunal Pandya was tried positive for COVID-19. On July 27th, all individuals of the group. And bolster staff was promptly separated tried as a security degree. The test comes about for everybody counting. The eight identified near contacts of Krunal returned negative.
“Taking after the test on 27th July. Also, the Rapid Antigen test conducted today. At noon and they have all returned negative comes about.
“However, to ensure health and safety of the squad, the 8 close contacts will continue to remain in isolation in the team hotel,” the statement said.
Sri Lanka has won the hurl and chosen. To field first within the 2nd T20I. India has named 4 T20I debutants. In Nitish Rana, Devdutt Padikkal, Ruturaj Gaikwad, and Chetan Sakariya. For the match which can see the Shikhar Dhawan-led team. Lastly, an unassailable 2-0 lead.
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