Eight squad members, including players, who were sent into isolation for being Krunal’s close contacts, however, have tested negative. The players in isolation will not be considered for the last two games, while the staff members too will not travel to the venue.
The second match was scheduled to be played on Tuesday and after postponement, it would be played on Wednesday followed by the final game of the series on Thursday. India lead the series 1-0.
“The second T20I between Sri Lanka and India originally scheduled to be played on July 27 has been pushed forward (sic) by a day and will now take place on Wednesday, July 28,” BCCI secretary Jay Shah said via a press release. (Indian Express)