Bowler Jofra Archer will be half of England’s coaching team of workers in Southampton later on Thursday after checking out negative for coronavirus.
The 25-year-dilapidated used to be delayed in becoming a member of the camp after a member of his household felt sick over the weekend.
Archer, and the rest of his household, examined negative earlier this week for the virus and after a second negative test he’ll now inch to Southampton.
England’s 30-man team of workers is getting prepared for the Test sequence against West Indies.
The three-match sequence, initially due to the commence on 4 June, begins on 8 July at the abet of closed doorways in bio-real environments at Hampshire’s Ageas Bowl and Emirates Faded Trafford.
England’s coaching team of workers – essentially essentially based entirely at the Ageas Bowl – will play a three-day follow sport from 1 July, after which a squad will be chosen for the first Test.
Archer revealed final week that the elbow damage which saved him out of the final three Assessments of England’s sequence against Southampton final iciness had entirely healed.