IND Vs ENG: In whose favor will the fifth Test match go? ECB’s letter to ICC

The fifth test match between India vs England had to be cancelled. Corona cases started increasing in the Indian camp, due to which it was considered right to cancel that match in the end. But now the controversy is about who will go in favor of this series. Has India won this test series?

ECB’s letter to ICC

Now BCCI definitely believes so but ECB has written a letter to ICC in this regard. It has been said in the letter that now the ICC should decide in whose favor this match should go. It has been told in the letter that the demand of the ECB is that now the ICC should intervene in this dispute and give a decision. It has been emphasized in the letter that the Test match was canceled due to the increase in Corona cases in the Indian camp.

After that letter, now the ICC’s Dispute Resolution Committee will decide whether the fifth Test match should go in favor of England or whether India should be declared victorious. For now, India is leading 2-1 in this series. With that math, India’s series has been captured. But England and ECB are not ready to accept this argument. In such a situation, now the decision of the ICC in this dispute will have to wait.

Proposal given by BCCI

By the way, before this letter, a proposal was sent by the BCCI to the ECB. The BCCI has said that there is a strong relationship between us and the ECB. We have offered the ECB to reschedule the Manchester Test. Both the boards will work towards finding a window to reschedule this Test match. It is believed that when Team India goes to England for the limited overs series next year, the fifth Test will be played during that time.

For information, let us tell you that Indian coaches Ravi Shastri and Yogesh Parmar had become corona positive. After this some more people of the Indian camp were found positive. In such a situation, the fifth test was canceled in view of the increasing danger.

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