The Indian cricket team is scheduled to arrive in London on an authorized flight on Thursday, June 3. The Team is to check into what the ICC has described as a “oversaw disengagement” facility at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton upon arrival. From June 18 to 22, India will face another top-ranked Test side, New Zealand. The Kiwis have arrived in England and will spend three days in isolation in an inn before being allowed to train. The men in blue will also be placed in isolation for an unspecified period.

The Team adheres to the UK’s Coronavirus Guidelines.

The Indian Team has been divided into two distinct groups as they continue their isolation in Mumbai ahead of their visit to England. Indian players, who were expelled from Mumbai, began their 14-day quarantine on May 19. Meanwhile, cricketers, including Virat Kohli, who arrived from Mumbai, began their quarantine on Monday.

Players who traveled from Mumbai will not be able to join the gathering until their seven-day isolation period is complete. The cricketers’ rooms have been assigned a variety of activities in preparation for the England visit.

According to state-of-the-art advancements, BCCI orchestrated events to ensure that those who entered the bio-bubble faced no difficulties.

“Kohli and the rest of those who entered the air pocket on Monday will not immediately blend in with those already inside. They will be quarantined for seven days prior to joining the gathering and departing for England. They will continue to have access to all essential services in their rooms until this point. The plans have been made with the intention of allowing them to prepare in the room. Cycles, hand-weights, and bars have all been incorporated into the rooms to ensure that players maintain their fitness levels without leaving the room.”

Team India will receive their second vaccination in the United Kingdom

On June 2, Team India is scheduled to depart for the United Kingdom. The World Test Championship gets underway on June 18, with India taking on New Zealand. Virat Kohli’s Team will face England in a five-match Test series following a decisive conflict.

The BCCI has ensured that cricketers will receive their second vaccination in England through the UK government’s health and welfare sector.

“The group has effectively taken over the majority of the population following the public health authority’s opening of the vaccination cycle for anyone over the age of 18. The subsequent jab will be directed at the players in the United Kingdom once their isolation period expires,” BCCI revealed.

Both teams are eager to play.

After their arrival, the Indian players will spend an additional ten days in isolation before laying the groundwork for the WTC final. Virat Kohli, India’s captain, stated that his Team is eager to face the Kiwis and claim the first WTC.

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