Crickets Back In England



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After 4 Long Months, Cricket is back in England.



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After all the cricketing events scheduled to be played between March and June are postponed due to coronavirus outbreak halted all the cricketing events and hitting nations badly now in return to normalcy England is the first team to host a side of three-match test series after the outbreak. The first Test of the three-match Test series between England and West Indies will mark the resumption of international cricket after a span of nearly four months.


Cricket Resumption in England; England welcomes back to cricket, Since March 2020, most of the sporting activities, including those in cricket were forced to come to a halt due to the outbreak of COVID-19. As a result, all the scheduled matches during the last four months were either canceled or postponed by the respective cricket boards.

The First Game is Back : The cricket resumption in England is just hours away

The ENG vs WI Test Series 2020 comes as a huge respite for all the cricket fans across the globe. Both the teams will lock horns in the three-match Test  beginning on July 8 at The Ageas Bowl in Southampton. The entire Test series will be played in a bio-secure environment without the spectators at any of the three venues.

The cricket is back after all the series of events pandemic have created,  which led to a stoppage to the connection between the ball and bat from the Last 16 weeks.

Now cricket is all set to return as  Ageas bowl Southampton welcomes back to cricket.England taking on west indies In 3 match test series.
The last cricket match played between Australia and New Zealand Which played behind the Closed Doors which halted in between the series, and Fans will not be allowed into the stadium For the first time in Test Cricket history.

No Noise But Hope Voice Of Cricket Sound of the bat the Sound of stumps Remains Same when They come back.
The players, board, and hosts are set to follow the guidelines.
the preceding of second innings of cricket is set to begin on July 8th Wednesday in Southampton.

Training Sessions are Isolated, practice sessions are Isolated Not More than 100 People Are allowed to enter into the stadium all news reporters, cameramen, hospitality are going to be tested before entering no fans or other unauthorized people allowed entering into the grounds.

so all players are set to return those who tested negative. Westindies and England players will be wearing the tags of Black Lives Matters on their collars of Their t-shirts to show the solidarity to the George Floyd.

The 22 Yard Is back After Almost 4 months Cricketing Fans around the world Ready to witness the first-ever test which is going to be played In no Person Attendance fans cheers from their homes Now.

It’s Not Normal for Any other Sports But It’s New Normal. For 🏏 Cricket, there will be no saliva, no hugs, and no handshakes during, and after the celebration of wickets and winning.

England vs West Indies 2020 Test Squads

England squad:

Ben Stokes (C), Jos Buttler (WK), James Anderson, Jofra Archer, Dominic Bess, Stuart Broad, Rory Burns, Zak Crawley, Joe Denly, Ollie Pope, Dom Sibley, Chris Woakes, and Mark Wood.

West Indies squad:

Jason Holder (C), Shane Dowrich (WK), Jermaine Blackwood, Nkrumah Bonner, Kraigg Brathwaite, Shamarh Brooks, John Campbell, Roston Chase, Rahkeem Cornwall, Chemar Holder, Shai Hope, Alzarri Joseph, Raymon Reifer, and Kemar Roach.

The much-anticipated Test series will see some of the seasoned Test campaigners go up against each other. Here’s a look at 5 key players to watch out for in the England vs West Indies 2020 Test series

So Cricketing world looking forward to this match, not as the resumption but as crickets new normal will never be the same again as they are going to playing without fans in the stadium who always lifted their spirits up from the stands. all cricketers nations to watch out for the new look cricket and adapt themselves to rules and the guidelines of the protocol provided by the Boards and countries respective covid19 guidelines.

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