New Delhi, July 25: It is a well-known news that, 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.
According to the sources, BCCI has warned the Crickters in this matter, It is speculated that the team management involving officials from the BCCI has a role in the new decision, where the cricketers will not be allowed to be with their WAGs during the game.
The management justifies the decision, based on circumstances that have happened in the past. On many occasions, the poor performance of players on the ground eventually ended up with fingers being pointed towards their family members and public outcries of shaming them.
According to reports, 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).
India will be desperate to make a come back in the Tests, commencing on August 1 at Edgbaston.