Ahmedabad: The fourth Test match between India and England (IND vs ENG) is to begin at the Narendra Modi Stadium from 4 March, but before that due to sudden change in the weather, some members of England have fallen ill.
Some other members, including England assistant coach Paul Collingwood, have become ill due to the sudden rise in temperature in the city of Ahmadabad (Ahmedabad). It is reported that Collingwood has been suffering from diarrhea.
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England’s cricket team captain Joe Root also confirmed that his team members were sick. However, he did not say how many people are sick and what has happened to them.
Root told the British media, ‘Some people in the team have fallen ill. We are watching it. To be honest, I do not know how many people have suffered from this, while Virat Kohli has confirmed that all Indian players are fit.
Kohli said, ‘There is nothing to worry about health in the team. All fit Some members of England have fallen ill due to changes in the weather. It has been hot here for the last few days. This always happens at this time of the year when the weather changes constantly. It takes time to get into it.
England are trailing 1-2 in this series and the team also has a rotation policy, due to which Jos Buttler and Moin Ali can be excluded from the fourth match and these players can now appear in the limited overs series.
Root said, ‘Everyone has trained on Tuesday and we are watching it. Hopefully there will be no problem. In Ahmedabad, the maximum temperature in the last few days is going up to 35-37 degrees while the minimum temperature is 14-16 degrees.