Ashley Giles confident England training will be safer than going to supermarket

  • England cricket chief unveils first phase of return
  • Thirty players to be involved in one-to-one sessions

Ashley Giles is confident Test cricket will take place this summer as a pool of 30 England players prepare to resume training in conditions he believes pose less of a risk to health than popping down to the supermarket.

The England director of cricket was speaking after announcing phase one of the team’s return to the nets from next Wednesday – a period of one-on-one coaching sessions where players will turn up at county grounds already in kit and undergo temperature checks before working on cricket skills under the supervision of a physio.

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