Three cricketers from the South African public group have been placed into self-segregation in Cape Town after one of them tried positive for the new Covid, the nation’s cricket board affirmed on Thursday.
South Africa is because of host England for a progression of 3 T20Is and 3 ODIs from November 27 in Cape Town. Cricket South Africa didn’t name the three players, neither did they affirm whether each of the three would miss any of the T20Is against England or not.
“One player has restored a positive test outcome and two players were viewed as close contacts dependent on the danger appraisal embraced by the clinical group,” Cricket South Africa (CSA) said in an assertion on Wednesday.
“Every one of the three players has been set in prompt disconnection in Cape Town as a feature of the COVID-19 conventions. While all players are asymptomatic, CSA’s clinical group will screen them to guarantee their wellbeing and prosperity.”
South Africa has not named any substitution yet two new players will join the gathering for the between crew practice matches on Saturday.
Players from both sides showed up in South Africa after the finish of the Indian Premier League 2020 in the United Arab Emirates. More than 50 tests for Covid-19 were led upon their appearance before players and care staff entered their profile bubble base in Cape Town.
Cape Town will have all the first and third T20Is on November 27 and December 1 separately. It will likewise have the first and third ODIs on December 4 and 9 separately. The leftover matches will be played in Paarl. All the 6 games and 2 Tour matches will be played in the bio-bubble with no observers.
Cricket South Africa did not name the player who tested positive for coronavirus, neither did they confirm whether all those put in isolation would miss any of the games against England or not.