Anxiety in England camp after COVID-19 case, says women's captain Knight

Anxiety in England camp after COVID-19 case, says women's captain Knight

14/1/2022 7:29:00 PM

Anxiety in England camp after COVID-19 case, says women's captain Knight

There is anxiety in the England women's camp after a member of their support staff tested positive for COVID-19 ahead of the multi-format Ashes series in Australia, captain Heather Knight said on Friday.England are due to play three Twenty20 internationals against Australia, beginning from Jan. 20 in Adel

There is anxiety in the England women's camp after a member of their support staff tested positive for COVID-19 ahead of the multi-format Ashes series in Australia, captain Heather Knight said on Friday.England are due to play three Twenty20 internationals against Australia, beginning from Jan. 20 in Adelaide. It will be followed by a standalone test in Canberra from Jan. 27-30 and three one-day internationals from Feb. 3-8.

The staff member who tested positive will isolate in Canberra while the rest of the group travels to Adelaide ahead of the first T20 match. A further round of tests will be carried out before the team flies to South Australia next week."We were prepared for this," Knight told reporters."I think it would be pretty naive to think we wouldn't be affected by it (the virus) but there's concern and anxieties from the group.

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