Three-day hotel room quarantine for visiting Windies team Players arriving in different batches

Bipin Dani

The visiting West Indies team, which arrived in Colombo on Monday will spend three days in hotel room quarantine before they begin their training, it is learnt.

According to the sources in the Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) board, the players and the support staff members are arriving in different batches.

On Monday, thirteen players including captain Kraigg Brathwaite arrived from different Caribbean islands and remaining players and the support staff are arriving on Tuesday from Dubai.

The team will be playing a 4-day warm up match (November 14-17) in Colombo before heading to Galle for the two Test matches (Nov. 21-25 & Nov. 29-Dec.3).

The home team which arrived on Saturday is not required to be in quarantine. “The players are given a short break and they will assemble in Galle on November 13”, the source further added.

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