England tour of India: Rohit Sharma Covid tested positive: Follow live updates

India’s tour of England – Rohit Sharma Covid positive: The Indian cricket team has suffered a major blow in England. Indian captain Rohit Sharma has tested positive for Kovid-19. According to a BCCI release, a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) was conducted on Saturday (June 25) so that Rohit tested positive. According to the BCCI, he is currently in isolation. Follow India vs Leicestershire live updates and IND vs ENG live updates with InsideSport.IN

“After a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) conducted on Saturday, Captain Mr. Rohit Sharma tested positive for COVID-19. He is currently in isolation at the Team Hotel and under the care of the BCCI Medical Team. “Statement issued by BCCI.

Another RT-PCR test will be performed on Rohit this morning. The test will confirm and confirm the severity of the infection.

It is noteworthy that the rescheduled Test against England at Edgbaston will start from 1 July. Rohit now faces a fight against time to get fit for the match.

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Rohit Sharma is cowardly positive: Rohit was involved in the ongoing tour of India against Leicestershire but did not bat on the 3rd day of India’s second innings. He started batting first and scored 25 runs before being bowled by Roman Walker.

India are already without their other regular opener KL Rahul, who has suffered a groin injury.

Rohit was India’s best batsman in four Tests last year. He scored 36 runs at an average of 52.26, including a century at the Oval. India are 2-1 up in the series and will have to avoid defeat in the last Test to win their first Test series in England since 2007.

Doubts arose as he did not come to bat in the second innings on Saturday evening. Instead, Shreyas Iyer and Rabindra Jadeja have batted twice in an innings and even Mohammad Siraj has practiced batting.

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In the first innings against Leicestershire, Rohit started well but again his pool-shot fell to Nimesis for 25 off Roman Walker. When he was seen on the field on the 2nd day, he was completely absent from action on the 3rd day.

India tour England: Rohit Sharma is struggling with fitness and form

  • Rohit Sharma has been suffering from injury for some time.
  • He missed the entire tour of South Africa due to injury.
  • He had earlier missed the ODI and T20 series in Australia.
  • He has been rested for the South Africa series at home.
  • In IPL 2022, he scored 268 runs at an average of 19.14.
  • Since taking over the captaincy in all formats, Rohit Sharma has averaged 30.55 in 9 Twenty20s, 26.00 in 3 ODIs and 30.00 in two Tests against Sri Lanka.
  • With the T20 World Cup coming up and India playing a bilateral marathon, a fit Rohit Sharma is crucial for Team India, especially when KL Rahul also has multiple injury concerns.

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For the Leicestershire warm-up match, India will miss practice against quality England pace bowlers.

So far, the Indian bowlers have faced 133 overs in three days. In terms of local bowling, India faced only 76 overs of local bowling attack. Among them, however, Roman Walker was the most successful in getting a FIFA in the first innings.

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India’s Test squad: Rohit Sharma (captain), Shubhaman Gill, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, Hanuma Bihari, Cheteshwar Pujara, Rishabh Pant (wicket-keeper), KS Bharat (wicket-keeper), Rabindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Mohammed, Shardul Thakur, Mohammad . , Umesh Yadav, the famous Krishna

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