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IND vs US: Rohit Sharma, Pant and Shubhaman Gill can play in Sydney Test despite ongoing probe into Kovid-19 protocol breach

Despite ongoing investigations into the breach of the Covid-19 protocol, five players, including Rohit Sharma, will be able to play in the third Test in Sydney. Rohit Sharma, Navdeep Saini, Prithvi Shaw, Shubhaman Gill and Habshav Pant were accused of violating the Covid-19 protocol when five players went to a Melbourne restaurant for dinner. At this point, one fan posted a video on social media and claimed that Pant hugged him. Cricket Australia then asked the five players to remain isolated until the investigation was completed. The third Test of the four-match series between India and Australia will be played in Sydney from January 7.

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The Sydney Morning Herald reports that the five players, including Rohit Sharma, may be allowed to play in the third Test in Sydney, despite an ongoing investigation into breaches of the Covid-19 protocol. The five players were also allowed to practice with the Indian team, which will also take a chartered flight with the team to leave Melbourne from Sydney. “If you read Cricket Australia’s (CA) statement carefully, they never said it was a violation,” a BCCI official told PTI on condition of anonymity. They said they wanted to determine if it was a violation. ‘So there’s no barrier to going to Sydney with this team of five players,’ he said. The whole team is flying tomorrow at noon.

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The four-match Test series is still 1-1, so the third Test in Sydney could be quite decisive in terms of this series. Australia lost the Boxing Day Test in Melbourne by 8 wickets. In the absence of regular skipper Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane batted brilliantly and captained. At the same time, Australian bowlers Jaspreet Bumrah, Ravichandran Ashwin and his Test debutant Mohammad Siraj were forced to walk.


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