The England cricket team is now fully ready to return to the field after a long break. The England team had to return from Sri Lanka without playing due to an outbreak of the coronavirus. They are now set to host a three-match Test series against the West Indies in July. The England Cricket Board has announced a 30-man squad with the return of Moeen Ali.
A potential England squad has been announced for the three-match Test series to be played against the West Indies from 8 July. England all-rounder Moeen Ali has been included in the 30-man squad. The team will start preparations for the upcoming series against the West Indies from June 23. The first Test between the two teams will be played from July 8.
Moeen, 32, announced an indefinite break from Test cricket in September. He was not included in the central contract for the year 2019–20. Moeen played the last Test in the first Test of the Ashes series last year. The team selected for the practice camp also includes eight budding players. A practice match will be played from July 1, based on which the team will be announced for the series.
The West Indies team is in England and at the moment all the players are spending time in quarantine. 3 big players from the West Indies withdrew their names for the tour. Shimron Hetmyer, Darren Bravo and Keemo Paul refused to go on tour because of corona infection.