Pat Cummins Dropped Out of the Adelaide Test Due to Coronavirus

Pat Cummins Dropped Out of the Adelaide Test Due to Coronavirus

Australia won the first Test of the Ashes. Pat Cummins led the team from the front with a great performance. However, Pat Cummins was named in the second Test of the series but Pat Cummins Dropped Out of the Adelaide Test Due to Coronavirus. Cricket Australia (CA) said this just before the start of the match. Cummins will be replaced by Steven Smith.

On Wednesday night (December 15), Cummins was contacted by a man who had been diagnosed with the coronavirus. That is why Cricket Australia has placed the Australian captain in a seven-day isolation.

Pat Cummins will take over as captain in Cummins’ absence. Before that, he will be the captain for the first time in 2016. Travis Head will be his assistant.

Michael Nesser has been named in the Adelaide Test squad to replace captain Pat Cummins. Cummins will make his Test debut as the 462nd Test cricketer.

The Southern Australian Department of Health said a man came into contact with Cummins at a restaurant in Adelaide on Wednesday. Who is infected with the corona virus. That is why he has been kept in isolation. However, Cummins was negative in the subsequent Corona Test.

Cummins has not violated the team’s biosafety policy, Cricket Australia has said. The Australian team management hopes he will return to the field for the Boxing Day Test in Melbourne. Australia are without the top two pacers due to Cummins’ dismissal.

 

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