ENG v IND: Jos Buttler expects the fifth Test.


This is what Jos Buttler expects.

Some COVID-19 instances hit the Indian camp.

India leads the five-match series 2-1.

England against India: Despite positive COVID-19 cases in the visiting camp, Jos Buttler expects the fifth Test match to go ahead.

Despite a new COVID-19 case in the Indian camp, England vice-captain Jos Buttler expects the fifth and final Test to go ahead. However, the Indian team’s junior physio Yogesh Parmar tested positive for the virus, causing the team’s practice session to be canceled on the eve of the match. It has also infected their head coach Ravi Shastri and bowling coach Bharath Arun.

“To be honest, I don’t know much. Currently, we expect the game to go on. Our camp is doing nicely. We can’t wait for the match “When asked about the latest development, Buttler stated during a media interaction.

Buttler, who missed the Oval Test due to paternity leave, says his team is pumped up to even the series, which India leads 2-1.

“What a Test match! (at the Oval). The Indians were superb. We need to win this Test to tie the series. It’s a must-win game for us, so the side is upbeat “said he

James Anderson is expected to be rested for the game, although Buttler hinted differently.

“He has bowled superbly in the series. Jimmy is ripped. He has taken care of himself. He looks identical to the first match and is suitable for selection “stated he

Buttler commented of the wicket, “Good wicket, a little dry. Later there may be spin. We know the circumstances from playing against the West Indies and Pakistan.”

England released their World Cup roster earlier today, omitting famous all-rounder Ben Stokes. Buttler, the vice-captain, said they had a good team.

“Strength and depth. The white-ball team is great. We have some fantastic players. We are delighted about the task and will do our best.”

According to reports, England players may not be able to bring their families to the Ashes later this year. When asked about this, Buttler indicated the players will decide once they get more clarification.

“We are still awaiting more information before making any judgments. We’re all looking for clarity in two weeks “stated he

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