Ravi Shastri on Virat Kohli’s captaincy saga: ‘Could be a blessing in disguise.’
Cricket Australia chief Nick Hockley sought to assuage anxieties about the rest of the Ashes series, but said it remained a “day-by-day matter.”
“PCR tests will also be conducted today on the England cricket squad. And both teams will take extra precautions throughout the game,” CA noted.
Ravi Shastri on Virat Kohli’s captaincy saga
The Seven Network, an Australian broadcaster, also reported there had been a positive case among its workers at the MCG, causing them to make last-minute adjustments to their commentary team.
Nonetheless, Hockley stated that the plan was to continue with the Ashes as planned.
“That is, without a doubt, the plan. There’s no reason to believe differently. We’ll stick to the rules. It’s a day-to-day situation “He informed reporters about it.
“I can’t begin to tell you how much labor goes on behind the scenes.” The dedication of our medical team and players, as well as the diligence with which they are working through each of the protocols, is truly inspiring.
“They’re calm because they know what they have to do.”
He continued, ” “We have extremely thorough testing procedures in place, and the players have been outstanding. It comes down to everyone assuming personal responsibility in the end.”
The dramatic events of Monday were “a sign of the times.” According to Australia skipper Pat Cummins. Who missed the second Ashes Test due to his confinement in Covid.
He told sports broadcaster SEN, “You’ve got to be quite flexible.”