Alishan Sharafu presently in isolation after testing constructive through the seventh spherical of testing on Friday

Sunday’s ODI between United Arab Emirates and Eire has been postponed to January 16 after the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) confirmed that one other one in every of their gamers – Alishan Sharafu – has examined constructive for Covid-19.

That is along with two different gamers – Chirag Suri and Aryan Lakra – testing constructive on January 7 and eight respectively. The remainder of the collection seems to be happening as scheduled with solely a minor change – the third ODI on January twelfth now turns into the second ODI and the fourth ODI on January 14th turns into the third ODI with the postponed ODI wrapping issues up on January 16.

“The Emirates Cricket Board has suggested us right now of an extra constructive COVID check amongst its enjoying squad, and we’ve got each agreed the most secure plan of action is to postpone the second ODI scheduled for Sunday.

“All Irish gamers have examined adverse. We admire the pace and transparency of Emirates Cricket to make sure that the well being and security of gamers, help workers and staff on the floor comes first.”

On January 9, the results of the seventh exams carried out on all gamers and workers, threw up a constructive consequence for Sharafu. He’s presently in isolation and will probably be transferred to an isolation facility.

UAE lead the three-match collection after Chundangapoyil Rizwan and Muhammad Usman scored their maiden ODI centuries to chase down a goal of 271.


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