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IND vs ENG: Rohit Sharma Kovid positive, big crisis against Team India

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  • Test match to be played between India and England from July 1-5.
  • BCCI confirms information about Rohit Sharma being Kovid positive
  • Scored 25 runs against Leicestershire, did not come out to bat a second time

Rohit Sharma Covid update: Before the test match between India and England which starts on July 1, a big crisis arose in front of the India team. India team captain Rohit Sharma has become Kovid positive. BCCI has given this information through Twitter. In the tweet, it has been written on behalf of BCCI that India team captain Rohit Sharma’s Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) was conducted on Saturday, in which Rohit Sharma tested positive for COVID-19. It has also been said that he is currently in isolation at the team hotel and is under the supervision of the BCCI medical team. However, it is not yet clear if Rohit Sharma will play in the first Test against England. Because there are still almost five days to go until the first test. If Rohit Sharma misses the test match, it will also be necessary to see who will be in command of the India team.

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Rohit Sharma did not bat in the second inning, only then the doubt deepened

Rohit Sharma was part of the team that faced Leicestershire in a 4-day tour match before the Deciding Test against England. Rohit Sharma batted in the first innings on Thursday, but did not come out to bat in the second innings for India on Saturday. He scored 25 runs before being fired in the first inning of the practice game. India leads 2-1 in the Test series against England. Rohit Sharma had previously captained India to a 2-0 home Test series win over Sri Lanka this year. If he recovers in time for the match at Edgbaston, it will be the first test of him captaining the Indian team away from home.

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Team India leads 2-1 in five test match series

The India team, led by Virat Kohli, took a 2-1 lead against England last year, but the fifth and final test had to be canceled due to the Kovid outbreak in the Indian camp. The BCCI and the ECB had decided to reschedule this year’s remaining Test matches. The India team also has to play three T20 series and three ODIs with England after the test match.

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