The loss of cricket continues due to Kovid 19. Indian women’s team fast bowler Mansi Joshi Kovid-19 has come positive in the investigation. Mansi Joshi will not be a part of the women’s T20 Challenger to be played in UAE next month before Kovid 19 report comes positive.
27-year-old Mansi is quarantine in Dehradun after coming positive in Corona virus investigation. She has not gone to Mumbai where the other Indian players participating in the T20 Challenger reached on 13 October.
The report said that 26-year-old fast bowler Meghna Singh has been included in the Velocity team led by Mithali Raj in place of Mansi. Mansi has represented the country in 11 ODIs and eight T20s for India since her debut in 2016.
Cricket will return soon
Explain that because of Kovid 19, international cricket is not being played in India since February. But now the BCCI has stepped up efforts to return cricket to India.
The BCCI is going to have an Apex Council meeting on Saturday. The board will decide the agenda for the return of domestic cricket in this meeting. However, due to Kovid 19, the domestic cricket season is set to be cut.