Leicestershire has said that the County club, the BCCI and ECB have consented to permit four of the Indian players to play for their group so everybody in the guests’ camp will play.
Four players from the Indian camp will play for Leicestershire County Cricket Club during their warm-up match in front of India’s Test match against England. The warm-up game beginnings on Wednesday at the Uptonsteel County Ground, Leicestershire’s home ground that has filled in as India’s preparation base for as long as week.
Hitter Cheteshwar Pujara, wicketkeeper-player Rishabh Pant and quick bowlers Jasprit Bumrah and Prasidh Krishna are the players who will play for Leicestershire. “LCCC, BCCI and the ECB have all consented to permit the four players from the meeting camp to be essential for the Running Foxes side, to permit all individuals from the going party to partake in the apparatus (dependent upon wellness),” the club said in its articulation.
“The coordinate will be played with 13 players for each side to give further adaptability and assist with overseeing bowling jobs,” they further said.
The Test match against England is set to be played from July 1. It will be considered as the fifth Test of the series that was played a year ago. The match was deferred at the time because of an episode of Covid-19 cases inside the Indian camp. The guests lead the series 2-1.