Team India is currently in Edgbaston, Birmingham to play their next ICC World Cup 2019 game against England on June 30 (Sunday). Days before their game, Virat Kohli & Co faced violations of privacy against three guests residing at the same hotel. The guests, who are reportedly from India was taking pictures of the cricketers and their family members without any permission.
India look to continue their winning streak
Meanwhile, the Men in Blues have had a thumping campaign so far in the ongoing ICC World Cup 2019. They are currently the only team to remain unbeaten winning five matches while the match against New Zealand was a complete washout. India face England later today to seal their berth in the semifinals. Their middle-order has looked a bit shaky in the last two games, and the management will seek to resolve it against England as one small mistake can cost them the game against such a high-quality side.
The hotel staff of the Hyatt Regency at Bridge Street warned the guests to refrain from their inappropriate behaviour around the Indian players. As per reports, another such incident can lead to their eviction from the hotel immediately without a second warning. BCCI made a 15-days window for the cricketers to stay with their family members during the World Cup.
However, Team India will look to brush aside from all this and focus on their game. England will be desperate to secure a win who haven’t tasted victory in the last two matches losing to Sri Lanka and Australia. But much to the delight of them, Jason Roy is making a return from injury and will slot in the top order. On the other hand, India will hope to keep the winning streak at Edgbaston on June 30.
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