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ICC World Test Championship: ECB reluctant to allow Sourav Ganguly and Jay Shah to attend the ICC WTC Final

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ICC World Test Championship: ECB reluctant to allow Sourav Ganguly and Jay Shah to attend the ICC WTC Final.

ICC World Test Championship: The excitement for the ICC World Test Championship is at its peak amongst the fans, officials and experts. Everyone has started to pick their favourites to win the clash and be crowned as the World Test Champions. The excitement for the Indian fans doubled when the news rolled out that BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and BCCI Secretary Jay Shah will be attending the game in Southampton.

However, the news which just came has something different to say. As per the reports Sourav Ganguly and Jay Shah won’t attend the game.

Both Sourav Ganguly and Jay Shah have pulled back and will not be present inside the stadium due to strict quarantine norms of ECB.

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“As far as I know, the ECB didn’t grant permission to them (Ganguly and Shah). Normally, administrators go before the Test match but as per quarantine rules, since they are not playing members, they would have had to undergo a hard quarantine of 10 days,” an ECB official said.

“The team rules wouldn’t have been applicable as far as president and secretary is concerned,” the official added.

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The BCCI earlier permitted the families of cricketers to accompany them for a long three months tour to England. The step is taken to keep players in a good frame of mind as they will be in bio-bubble for three months.

All the players will board a flight to the UK on June 2 after completing their two weeks mandatory quarantine in Mumbai.

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“Yes, it’s good news that players will have their families during the tour of the UK. Ditto for the women’s team who can also have their families around. These are times when the mental well-being of players is paramount.

“The BCCI understands that we need our players and support staff to be in a good head space,” the source told PTI.

India and New Zealand will have the summit clash, starting June 18 in Rose Bowl Southampton. THe winner of the clash will be crowned as the Test Champions for the inaugural tournament.


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