The Indian cricket team, which travels around England, can only be asked to undergo a three-day hard quarantine before being allowed to train in a biological environment during isolation before the final of the World Test Championship (WTC) in Southampton.
The roadmap may be similar to the one New Zealand follows on arrival in England for their test tour, which includes a series of two tests against the host on June 2, as well as the WTC final against India on June 18. In addition to the WTC final, India played five test matches against England in August-September.
India departed from Mumbai on June 2 and will arrive in England on a 10-day period of isolation, details of which are not yet clear, as there has been no official hint from the Indian Cricket Control Council (BCCI).
Of course, however, discussions between the BCCI and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) continue, and as most players in India are already in a bio-protective bubble in Mumbai with others joining over the next few days, quarantine would not fail. is difficult all 10 days, even though India is on the UK government’s red list due to the growing number of Covid-19 cases.
New Zealand was asked to undergo a mandatory three-day hard quarantine before being allowed to practice in groups of six. They had arrived in batches on Monday and Tuesday.
“The first three days will be spent in the isolation of a hotel room, before groups of six mini-training sessions of 4 to 6 days are created, waiting for negative results,” New Zealand cricket said on arrival.
While New Zealand, which is camping in Southampton now, will move to London later this month for the test series against England, India will move from 2 June.