ICC rejects Test cricket’s announcement The ICC said that bowlers need at least two or three months of practice to get to the Test matches. The ICC guidance said that bowling without training can lead to injuries.
The ICC’s stance comes after the English players began their personal training for the Test series against the West Indies in July. Pakistan will visit England in August for a series of three Tests and three T20s.
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The ICC has recommended that when selecting teams for a series of injuries, the team should include more players than usual, thereby reducing the workload of the bowlers. The ICC has suggested that bowlers should practice for at least six weeks before ODIs and T20s.
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Another important proposition of the ICC is to hold training camps for a 14-day contact ban. In addition, teams must appoint medical officers. The ICC has stipulated that domestic and international competitions can only be organized under this standard. The ICC’s Health Advisory Council has consulted with experts and has issued recommendations for safe competition.