After the impact of the corona virus epidemic subsides, the wait for the bowlers to resume test cricket will be longer than other players as the International Cricket Council (ICC) has fixed the preparation time for them two to three months to avoid injuries. To escape. Member countries have relaxed restrictions to prevent the Kovid-19 pandemic and the ICC on Friday issued guidelines to restore the game.
This will allow the bowlers to wait a little longer for the comeback as they are more likely to get injured. The World governing body of the sport wrote in these guidelines that the preparation of bowlers in Test cricket will require at least eight to 12 weeks. The ICC said bowlers would be at greater risk of injury if they return to the game after a long time. According to this, the safe and affected return of the players, especially the bowlers, will be necessary. If their (bowlers) preparation time is limited then it will cause more injuries.
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Pakistan is to visit England in August where they have to play three Tests and as many T20 Internationals, these matches will be held in the closed stadium. 18 England bowlers started individual training sessions at seven county grounds from Thursday to prepare for the upcoming season. The ICC said that bowlers will need at least five to six weeks to prepare for their comeback in T20 internationals. At the same time, the minimum time for preparation for the ODI has been fixed at six weeks.
The ICC also advised teams to use more players and also to be cautious about the load on the bowlers. He also said that at least eight to 12 weeks of time would be required for preparation of Test cricket. International cricket is suspended due to this epidemic, which has killed more than three lakh people worldwide. Cricket, like other sports, has been postponed since March.
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