West Indies vs England, test series . A good news has emerged for cricket fans amid the corona virus epidemic. The West Indies team has reached England for the 3-match Test series.
The Caribbean team arrived in England on Tuesday, where they are to play the series against hosts England.
The Test series between the West Indies and England was earlier scheduled to be played from June 4 but was postponed due to Corona virus.
There was a high incidence of corona virus in England and due to this the test series had to be postponed but now from 8 July the series will start between the two countries and a test match will be played for the first time after corona.
West Indies captain Jason Holder said after reaching England that it was a big step for cricket. We have come to England to play this Test series.
At the same time, England team captain Joe Root said that the whole cricket world will see cricket again.
Test series between the two teams will start from July 8
The West Indies players will now be quarantined for 14 days. He will be stationed at Old Trafford and will also train there.
The Windies team will be trained for three weeks. The first Test will be played at Southampton’s Ages Bowl. The final two Test matches will then be played at Old Trafford in Manchester.
The first Test will begin on July 8. After this the next two matches will start from 16 and 24 July. In the bio-secured tour, West Indies and England teams will play these matches without an audience.
One special thing from this test series will also be that other countries will also find a way to organize cricket. World cricket will definitely keep an eye on this series.
It has to be seen how the players will perform after a long time. At the same time, players will have to be very careful during this time.
If West Indies vs England series was successful and it did not have any impact on the health of the players then it will be a good news for cricket.