Live: Delhi Capitals allrounder Mitchell Marsh tests positive for Covid-19
Live news updates: Marsh is the third member of the Capitals contingent to test positive.
BS Web Team New Delhi
Live news updates: Delhi Capitals all-rounder Mitchell Marsh has tested positive for Covid-19 and will isolate for at least a week as per the IPL rules. Marsh is the third member of the Capitals contingent, after physio Patrick Farhart and one of the support staff members, to test positive, espncricinfo.com.
Marsh’s team will wait for tests on Tuesday before a call is taken on their match against Punjab Kings on Wednesday. Delhi Capitals did not travel to Pune on Monday. In a statement, the team said Marsh had been admitted in hospital after testing positive. "The Delhi Capitals medical team is closely monitoring Marsh's condition."
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First Published: Apr 18 2022 | 7:19 AM IST