UK Government Include India in Red List of Travel Bans
Virat Kohli will play the final of the World Test Championship against New Zealand in Southampton from June 18 to 22. Coronavirus still stops everything. The UK Government include India in its ‘red list’ of travel bans.
However, the final schedule of the World Test Championship must be adhered to, the ICC (International Cricket Council) said. Infection rates and mortality have been rising in India since the second wave of the corona. In such a situation, the UK government includes India in the red list of travel bans. At the moment no one from India can go to the UK in any way.
The question is whether Virat Kohli’s team will be able to fly to Southampton in the United Kingdom to play in the final of the World Test Championship next June. The ICC, the world’s top governing body for cricket, said it had met with the British government on the issue.
“We are talking to the UK government about what rules are being taken for red-listed countries.”
The Coronavirus is in talks with the England Cricket Board and the rest of the cricket board about hosting the final of the World Test Championship. The ICC is hopeful that the final of the World Test Championship will be held at the right time.
The Cricket Board of England and other boards are discussing how it is possible to take international cricket forward in this time of crisis. We are confident that the final of the World Test Championship will be held in England in June.
According to the pre-arranged schedule, the final of the World Test Championship will be held on June 18-22 in Southampton, England. India’s opponent in the final is New Zealand 6