In the midst of stalled cricket activities due to Corona virus, England has become the first major cricket country in which 18 bowlers have returned to training. 18 England bowlers have returned to personal training. England have about seven weeks to prepare for the three-Test series against the West Indies starting on July 8. Tests will be played with a break of three days each.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has said that it will have to rotate its fast bowlers under these conditions. However, the England Cricket Board has not disclosed which bowlers participated in this training session. England’s lead fast bowler Stuart Broad has trained twice at Trent Bridge. He bowled five overs at stumps on Thursday and six overs on Friday.
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According to an ESPN report, the training of batsmen and wicketkeepers will begin from June 1. During this time, the physio of the team will take care of this and ensure that the players take good care of social distance during training. Apart from this, the coach of the team will participate in this session from next week. Explain that in view of the danger of corona virus, the bowler will use his own ball in this training.
As everyone knows that all sports activities are stopped due to Corona virus. In such a situation, if the Test series is played between England and West Indies, it will be the first international series after March.
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