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LPL 2020: Sohail Tanvir tests COVID 19 positive after Canada’s Ravinderpal Singh on same day

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Sohail Tanvir was already roped in as a alternative bowler by Tuskers in LPL 2020

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Sohail Tanvir. (Picture Supply: Twitter)

Pakistan pacer Sohail Tanvir, who’s a squad member of the Kandy Tuskers franchise, has now develop into the second to be examined constructive for COVID-19 after reaching Sri Lanka for LPL. Canada batsman Ravinderpal Singh who was snapped by Colombo Kings, examined constructive for the novel virus earlier immediately. Each the gamers have been remoted at a separate resort from the remainder of the crew and are beneath statement.

The detailed abstract of Tanvir’s well being has been conveyed to the Tuskers’ head coach Hashan Tilakaratne proper after it arrived. The crew is on the lookout for a alternative instantly, and the talks with franchise house owners are on. “We should discuss to the franchise house owners and discover any individual to switch Tanvir,” stated Tilakaratne as quoted by ESPNcricinfo.

Sohail Tanvir was up for Tuskers as alternative

The pacer shouldn’t be believed to have been in shut contact with the remainder of the crew, and the rest of the Tuskers will go on with their planning as per the schedule. Tanvir was himself a alternative participant for the Tuskers for Wahab Riaz and Liam Plunkett as their abroad stars. Each of them pulled out of the match earlier solely. When batsman Singh was identified with the COVID-19, gamers had been beneath scrutiny who travelled in the identical bus or flight.

Andre Russell and others had been with him in the identical, however fortunately, they haven’t been impacted by his well being circumstances as per the LPL organizers.

“[Singh] has been despatched for remedy at one other resort within the space, which has been arrange like a hospital. He’s not on the identical resort because the others, and they’re all of their bubble. The others might be coaching and getting ready for the match as normal,” stated Anil Mohan, CEO of the IPG Group firm, which is organizing the Lanka Premier League.

The involvement of each the participant within the league shouldn’t be subjected to their well being circumstances and statements from medical authorities. Nonetheless, each of them will at the very least sit out for 2 weeks. The continued conditions are solely including to the challenges of LPL which was already coping with many difficulties in step with its graduation.

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