Mayank, Siraj Leave For Mumbai To Join Team’s Bio-Bubble Ahead Of England Tour
Mayank Agarwal, Mohammed Siraj Leave For Mumbai To Join Team Indias Bio-Bubble Ahead Of England Tour
Indian seamer Mohammed Siraj and batsman Mayank Agarwal on Wednesday withdrew for Mumbai to join the group’s Bio bubble in front of venturing out to England for a long visit. The team affirmed their takeoff from their particular home refers to prior in the day by means of their Instagram Stories. Siraj and Agarwal went to their homes to Hyderabad and Bangalore, separately, after their Indian Premier League (IPL) groups scattered after the sudden suspension of the money-rich association on May 4.
Agarwal shared a snap of himself alongside his significant other Ashita Sood and expressed, “On the way to Mumbai.”
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Siraj likewise shared an image of himself covered up and wearing a PPE unit from the air terminal, and expressed, “Off to Mumbai.”
In the IPL, Siraj was essential for the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) crew while Agarwal played for Punjab Kings (PBKS). Siraj played seven games this season and got six wickets at a normal of 31.83 and an economy pace of 7.34.
Then again, Agarwal scored 260 runs in seven matches at a noteworthy normal of 43.33 and a striking pace of 141.30.
As per a report, Indian players will go through a fourteen-day-long isolate in Mumbai prior to going to England for the last of the World Test Championship (WTC). The report additionally proposed that prior to entering the Mumbai bio-bubble, the players would be tried threefold for COVID-19.
In the wake of serving isolate in Mumbai, the group will travel to England on June 2, where they will go through an additional 10-day isolate at an office inside the Southampton arena. Be that as it may, the players would be permitted to prepare.
The WTC last will be played at the Ages Bowl in Southampton among India and New Zealand, beginning June 18. It would be trailed by a five-match Test arrangement among India and England, which will start on August 4.