London: England bowlers will report on training on Thursday. This is the cricket leader ’s plan to step up the start of the season delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.
The global health crisis delayed the game in England as early as July 1st, while in other countries, the game is over.
Despite the pandemic, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is still planning to stage a full home international programme, starting with a three-Test series against the West Indies, which was originally scheduled for June.
The European Central Bank has announced that from Thursday, up to 18 bowlers will participate.
Edgbaston, Hove, Old Trafford, Oval, Riverside, Taunton and Trent Bridge will be held for at least one session, starting from June 1, batters and ticket inspectors will participate.
The identity of the bowling has not been disclosed, but the choice of venue indicates that James Anderson (Old Trafford) and Stuart Broad (Trent Bridge) will become the main bowling players in the hometown of England.
Bowlers will have to bring their own kits, including designated cricket balls, wash their hands regularly, and clean all equipment that uses disinfectant wipes.
Ashley Giles, managing director of England, said last week that he hopes the training course will be safer than a trip to a supermarket.
In addition to the West Indies Test Series, England’s cricket schedule also includes three tests against Pakistan and limited matches against Australia and Ireland. These devices will be held behind closed doors in biosafety venues.
European Central Bank CEO Tom Harrison (Tom Harrison) warned that if there is no competition at all for a season, the board will lose 465 million US dollars.