ENG v. IND: Joe Ruth hopes Britain’s rotation policy is dumping against India

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Photo from Joe Koren’s file.

Test captain of England Joe Koren came out against the controversial policy of rotating the England Cricket Board (ECB), saying it hoped it would be abandoned during England’s test series against India in August.

The England and Wales Cricket Council has adopted a policy to take care of the mental health of its players due to the long periods of isolation spent in bio-protective balloons over the COVID-19 safety protocols. However, with the recent serial losses against New Zealand at home and against India in their own ditch, he called for serious criticism from several experts.

Ruth said there are 10 big test matches ahead, including the ashes in Australia at the end of the year England will need their best team in action.

“We are coming at a time when rest and rotation are behind us. We hope that if everyone is able, we will have the best team available for what follows. This is really exciting and something that I’m very much looking forward to it, “ESPNcricinfo quoted Ruth as saying. “We have ten very tough test matches against two brilliant opponents, but this is a great opportunity for us to play strong cricket and if everyone is in shape and available, we will have a good team on our own.”

He further stressed: “I would like to think that in the next five test matches we will try to play our strongest side or have the strongest team available for these matches. That is, I guess, what you are doing. for: prepare for this introduction, and for Ashes in particular. To make sure everyone does this and these great games. “



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