U-19 World Cup 2022: BCCI to send five reserve players after COVID-19 cases in Indian camp;

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U-19 World Cup 2022: BCCI to send five reserve players after COVID-19 cases in Indian camp;

U-19 World Cup 2022: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to send five reserve players. To the Caribbean after a string of positive COVID-19 cases appeared. In the Indian camp during the recent U19 World Cup.

Udhay Saharan, Abhishek Porel (wicketkeeper), Rishith Reddy, Ansh Gosai. And PM Singh Rathore are the reserve players. The players will be taken to the Caribbean right away, sources in the development told ANI.

“Yes, the board has decided to send five reserve players to the Caribbean. They will undergo six-day isolation upon reaching. We are hoping that the team tops their Group B. So that everyone is fit and available for the quarterfinal clash on January 29,” the source said.

U-19 World Cup 2022: India show class in big win over Ireland;

India has already defeated South Africa and Ireland in its first two games. And the colts will face Uganda in their last group B match on Saturday.

On the day of the match against Ireland. The BCCI announced that four Indian players, including skipper Yash Dhull and vice-captain SK Rasheed. Both had tested positive for COVID-19.

Two other players were exhibiting symptoms and had RT-PCR testing performed on them. As a result, six players were placed in isolation, and India had to play Ireland with a weakened squad.

However, on Wednesday, a depleted India team led by Nishant Sindhu managed to defeat Ireland by 174 runs.

(With ANI Inputs)

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