Team India’s tour of England: Test series can be held with audience amid Corona

Team India has to play a series of 5 Tests against England at their home. All these matches can be played in a stadium packed with spectators. This hope has arisen after the statement of the Prime Minister of England, Boris Johnson, on Monday to lift all Corona restrictions.

The first Test for the Indian team on the tour of England will be played in Nottingham from 4 August. The last match of the 5-Test series will be held in Manchester on 10 September.

Bans could be almost completely lifted in England

Boris Johnson said on Monday that restrictions would be lifted almost completely in England from July 19. He said that we have to find a new way of living with the virus. We know that the pandemic will not end even by 19th July, but now we want to leave it to the people as to how they want to fight this virus.

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From July 19, people will not be forced to live under the ban. They will be able to do celebrations and parties as they wish. However, Johnson said a final decision on lifting the ban would be made on July 12.

4 thousand fans got entry in WTC final

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Recently, the final of the World Test Championship (WTC) was played between Team India and New Zealand in Southampton, England. In this match, 4 thousand spectators were given entry. New Zealand won this match by 8 wickets. Team India couldn’t win WTC Final due to many reasons in which the first and the foremost reason was weather.

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