Sam Curran, the England all-rounder, is self-isolating in his room on the Ageas Bowl after falling sick on Wednesday evening. Curran, who’s a part of Jos Buttler’s group in England’s intra-squad warm-up match, will play no additional half within the sport, the ECB introduced on Thursday (July 2).
Curran featured for his group on Day 1 of the warm-up sport, scoring an unbeaten 15, however had illness and diarrhoea the identical evening. In accordance with the ECB, the all-rounder felt higher on Thursday afternoon. “He (Curran) has been monitored by the group physician all through and was examined for COVID-19 earlier at the moment,” ECB revealed.
England have been on the Ageas Bowl since June 23, with a 30-member coaching group, in preparation for the Check collection towards West Indies which will likely be performed in a bio-secure setting. The primary Check is about to start on July eight on the identical venue. Joe Root, who’s awaiting the delivery of his little one, just lately left the group and can miss the primary Check.
The England gamers and backroom employees are being examined twice every week because the camp began. Earlier than it acquired underway, the ECB had talked about that as many as 702 COVID-19 checks had been carried out with all outcomes being unfavorable. The checks had been carried out for gamers, help employees, match officers, ECB employees, venue employees and resort employees.