ENG vs IND 2018: BCCI likely to ban WAGs until third Test

ENG vs IND 2018: WAGs not Allowed Until Third Test

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Indian cricketers likely to say goodbye to WAGs till 3rd Test. Credit: Twitter

Indian cricket team including the likes of Virat Kohli, Shikhar Dhawan, Umesh Yadav have been enjoying their time off the field with their wives and children (WAGs) following the ODI series against England.

Meanwhile, India had an average tour so far, as they lost the ODI series 2-1. However, India will be desperate to make a come back in the Tests, commencing on August 1 at Edgbaston.

The wives and girlfriends (WAGs) of the Indian cricket stars are coming to the stadiums for their partners during the matches in England. While actress Anushka Sharma has been leading the WAGs brigade for cheers in the stadiums, Virat Kohli has been flooding the social media of his wife. richest cricket board in the world

However, it is likely that this will stop for perhaps a month. The cricketers will have to stay away from their partners till the third Test.


According to reports in Mumbai Mirror, BCCI have informed the players that no wives and girlfriends will be allowed in the camp till the end of the third Test.

The reports also state that the unwinding process has ended and the team is moving to Chelmsford from London. There they will play a four-day practise match against Essex starting on July 25 (Wednesday).

We’ve had four days of rest before settling down for the serious task ahead. The players had moved out with spouses, friends and relatives and tomorrow (Monday) we will leave for Chelmsford,” a team source told Mirror.

The 18-member squad including Jasprit Bumrah left for Chelmsford together.

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