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AUS vs ENG: Australia great bowler Glenn McGrath Kovid-19 came out positive. McGrath will not appear in the Sydney Test two days later.

Ashes Series 2021-22: Do you know why the Sydney Test turned out to be a 'pink' ball?

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Ashes Series 2021-22: Ahead of the ‘Pink Test’ in Sydney, legendary Australian fast bowler Glenn McGrath Kovid-19 floated positive. Under such circumstances, he will not appear at the Sydney Cricket Ground for the ‘Pink Test’ this time. Glenn McGrath has a special affiliation with the ‘Pink Test’ of the Year in Sydney. In fact, this test is being played in memory of his wife Jane McGrath. McGrath’s wife died in 2008 of breast cancer. Since then the test in Sydney has been called the Pink Test. The third day of this test is called ‘Jane McGrath Day’.

The test match will be held to raise funds to help breast cancer patients. At this point the team players appear in the pink cap. Sydney will host this year’s opening Test as part of the ongoing Ashes series against England. The Test starts on January 5 at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

Glenn McGrath is on this test every year. But, with the arrival of Corona this time the chances of him coming to the stadium are slim. If his Kovid-19 report is negative by January 5, McGrath is likely to take the test.

McGraw Foundation chief executive Holy Masters told Australian media that Glenn had recently undergone his PCR test. The report was positive. We want Glenn and his family to be healthy. ‘

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