The Proteas deal with England in 3 Twenty20 internationals and three ODIs

South Africa have actually been rocked ahead of their white-ball matches against England after three gamers were required into seclusion after a favorable coronavirus test for one of them.

Nearly 50 Covid-19 tests were performed after the two teams got in a bio-secure base in Cape Town earlier today.

However the hosts have now verified 3 members of their group will be isolating after one person contracted the infection, while the other two were considered as being close contacts.

South Africa have confirmed 3 members are separating ahead of their series with England

All 3 members involved stay unnamed but are separating after tests taken in Cape Town

‘ One gamer has actually returned a positive test result and 2 players were considered close contacts based on the threat evaluation carried out by the medical group,’ Cricket South Africa (CSA) said in a statement on Wednesday.

‘ All three players have been put in immediate seclusion in Cape Town as part of the COVID-19 procedures. While all players are asymptomatic, CSA’s medical group will monitor them to guarantee their health and well-being.’

All three members, who presently stay unnamed, are asymptomatic.

The Proteas have not named any replacements in their squad however two new players will sign up with the group before intra-squad warm-ups this weekend.

Eoin Morgan’s guys deal with Quinton de Kock’s side for three Twenty20 internationals initially

3 Twenty20 internationals and the exact same variety of one-day internationals will comprise England’s trip to South Africa, with the tour start at Newlands next Friday.

The white-ball trip will see focus put on the three Twenty20 matches that precede the three ODIs as England start their preparations for next October’s short-form World Cup in India.

Eoin Morgan’s males will be at full-strength for the Twenty20 matches, with Ben Stokes returning after his caring leave, however they will then rest three of the players who invested most time in bio-secure bubbles last summer in Stokes, Jofra Archer and Sam Curran.

It represents the start of England’s preparations for next October’s T20 World Cup