Before the start of the fourth day of the fourth Test, Team India has suffered a setback. Team India’s head coach Ravi Shastri’s lateral flow test has come positive. London: Before the start of the fourth day’s play of the fourth Test against England, Team India has suffered a major setback. Four support staff of the team, including head coach Ravi Shastri, had to be quarantined. In fact, after Shastri’s lateral flow test came positive on Saturday evening, the BCCI medical team has isolated head coach Ravi Shastri, bowling coach B Arun, fielding coach R Sridhar and physiotherapist Nitin Patel as vigilance.
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They have undergone RT-PCR test and they will all stay in the hotel and will not travel with Team India until the medical team gives the nod.
After two Tests (one on Saturday night and the other on Sunday morning) by the other members of Team India, they were all allowed to play on the fourth day of the ongoing Fourth Test at The Oval, when all tests came back negative.
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