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England Vs West Indies: The First Cricket Match In The Corona Crisis Will Start From Today, Test match will witness no audience

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England vs West Indies: For first time in 143 years, Test match will witness no audience
Almost all events have been canceled due to the corona that has been plaguing the world. It also hit the cricket world. The first international match in the Corona crisis will finally be played from today. The England-West Indies Test series starts today. This is a matter of joy for cricket fans all over the world. After all, after a period of four months, fans will be able to experience live cricket.

Coronavirus is spread from person to person immediately. That is why this international match will be held without spectators. That means there will be no spectators at the stadium. This decision has been made with a view to preventing corona infection.

A three-Test series between England and the West Indies will be played from today in the Corona crisis. The series is considered historic, as the West Indies players arrived in England for the series despite the Corona crisis. However, this match will not be the same as before. 10 major changes have been made to this match.

Even if the match is without spectators, there will be fake cruise noids on the field to cheer the players on. Apart from this, a big screen will be installed in the ground. This allows you to enjoy the live view.

ICC rules were changed in the 2019 World Cup. In this case, if any player gets injured during the match, another player can play the match in his place. But now Corona has changed the rules a bit. If a player shows any symptoms, another player will replace him immediately.

All the umpires in this match will be local umpires. Because calling umpires from other countries can be dangerous. Therefore, this decision has been taken on behalf of the ICC.

At the ICC World Test Championships, the ICC allowed players to print their names on the backs of T-shirts. But next year the name, number, and logo will be on the front side of the white jersey.