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World Test Championship: Cheteshwar Pujara Reveals India’s WTC Final Kit, Says “Can’t Wait To Get On The Field”

World Test Championship Final: Cheteshwar Pujara poses with India’s WTC Final jersey.© Twitter




India’s Test batting mainstay Cheteshwar Pujara can’t wait to get on the sphere for the upcoming World Test Championship (WTC) last towards New Zealand. Team India might be donning the retro jersey within the WTC last towards New Zealand slated to get underway from June 18. Pujara on Saturday shared an image of the brand new jersey on his Instagram story and he captioned the publish as: “The new kit is here! Can’t wait to get on the field! #worldtestchampionship.” Earlier within the day, all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja shared the picture on Twitter donning the brand new jersey.

The Indian cricketers is likely to be in quarantine forward of the UK tour, however they’re sweating it out within the gymnasium to make sure they’re match and able to go as soon as they get out of quarantine in England forward of the WTC last in Southampton.

The BCCI has additionally ensured that the cricketers will get their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccines in England underneath the steerage of the UK well being division.

“The team has already taken the first dose here after the government opened the vaccination process for all above 18. The second dose will be administered by the UK health department once the players are eligible to get the second jab as per rules,” BCCI sources had informed ANI.

The BCCI made a foolproof plan for the nationwide crew earlier than they depart for the UK and preparations have been made for all of the gamers to endure three RT-PCR checks earlier than assembling in Mumbai on May 19.

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After finishing the two-week quarantine in Mumbai, the crew will endure one other 10-day quarantine within the UK. The second interval will see them first endure a tough quarantine earlier than they take the sphere to coach for the WTC last towards New Zealand in Southampton, beginning June 18.

The New Zealand crew are already within the UK forward of their bilateral collection towards England and the crew will transition from the ECB bio-secure setting into the WTC last bubble on 15 June and might be topic to common testing previous to and post-arrival in Southampton.

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