The rescheduled second T20I between Sri Lanka and India is probably going to go on Wednesday (July 28) after the whole Indian crew, notwithstanding Krunal Pandya, returned adverse outcome on RT-PCR tests.
Authorities from Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) and the BCCI stay confident that the match, deferred after Krunal’s positive outcome, could be pulled off on Wednesday.
“Ideally the match could be played today,” said a top SLC official even as data has arisen that the SLC authorities have moved Krunal to another inn. The Indian colleagues, notwithstanding, keep on excess at the Taj Samudra Hotel in Galle Street in Colombo.
“Indeed, we have moved Krunal to a halfway consideration lodging Mount Lavinia,” affirmed SLC secretary Mohan de Silva. Pandya himself didn’t react to Cricbuzz’s inquiry and it is as yet not satisfactory how long he should be kept in seclusion.
In the interim, the negative test aftereffects of the remainder of the Indian crew is perceived to have come past 12 PM on Tuesday. These tests were ensuing to the adverse aftereffects of the eight players, recognized by the clinical group, who were accepted to have interacted with Krunal. It is, nonetheless, still not satisfactory if the eight players will play today or not. In any case, every one of them have been approached to remain inside and in confinement till additional guidelines.
The partners and patrons of the SLC have been educated that the leftover two T20Is, no doubt, will be played on Wednesday and Thursday as reported. “We should know by evening about the destiny of the game however there ought not be any issues with the game,” said a partner.
India lead the three-match T20I series 1-0 in the wake of winning the ODI leg 2-1.