Prasidh Krishna exams optimistic for Covid-19
He’s the fourth participant from the KKR camp to check optimistic
India and Kolkata Knight Riders quick bowler Prasidh Krishna has examined optimistic for Covid-19. Krishna turns into the fourth participant from the Knight Riders camp to check optimistic after Varun Chakravarthy, Sandeep Warrier and Tim Seifert.
It’s understood that Krishna had cleared all of the exams earlier than popping out of the IPL bubble in Ahmedabad, the place the Knight Riders have been enjoying within the second leg, earlier than returning to his residence in Bengaluru. ESPNcricinfo understands Krishna flew enterprise class on a business airline from Ahmedabad to Bengaluru on Might 5. It was in Bengaluru the place Krishna examined optimistic, however it’s believed to be a gentle case.
On Friday, the BCCI had named Krishna among the many 4 standbys for the World Check Championship last and the Check collection in England.
Krishna, 25, made his India debut earlier this 12 months within the ODI collection towards England in Pune and picked six wickets in three matches.
Chakravarthy and Warrier have been the primary two gamers to check optimistic for Covid-19 within the bubble not simply from the Knight Riders camp however within the 2021 IPL, which was postponed indefinitely. It later emerged that Wriddhiman Saha of the Sunrisers Hyderabad and Amit Mishra of the Delhi Capitals had additionally examined optimistic amongst gamers.
On Saturday, NZC introduced that Seifert had additionally examined optimistic and would keep again in India earlier than flying again to New Zealand.
Krishna performed seven video games for the Knight Riders within the 2021 IPL, selecting up eight wickets at an economic system charge of 9.16.
Krishna will hope to get better in time to be in a bubble with the Indian aspect, which is predicted to depart for the UK on June 2. Krishna, Abhimanyu Easwaran, Avesh Khan and Arzan Nagwaswalla have been among the many 4 standby gamers named by the selectors as a part of the enlarged squad that can stay within the UK from June to September.
Nagraj Gollapudi is information editor at ESPNcricinfo