Michael Vaughan absent from tv coverage of England’s 2nd Check in opposition to Pakistan soon after becoming pressured to stick to Covid-19 protocols owing to trip to Northern Eire
- Michael Vaughan was lacking from coverage of England’s 2nd Test
- Vaughan had to stick to Covid-19 protocols soon after a trip to Northern Eire
- He ought to have two adverse exam ahead of becoming allowed again into ECB’s bubble
Michael Vaughan was lacking from the Check Match Special and BBC Television set coverage of the 2nd Check on Wednesday soon after becoming pressured to stick to Covid-19 protocols soon after a trip to Northern Eire.
The forty five-12 months-old previous England captain, just one of the mainstays of the BBC’s coverage, is also anticipated to be absent for the 2nd day of the 2nd Check on Friday soon after travelling across the Irish Sea for a shorter break at the finish of the initially Check in opposition to Pakistan.
He ought to now have two adverse virus tests ahead of he is allowed again into the ECB’s strict biosecure bubble at the Ageas Bowl and could return to the commentary box on Saturday.
Michael Vaughan was absent from tv coverage of England’s 2nd Check v Pakistan
Vaughan, a prolific user of social media, tweeted a picture of himself in a team of golfers at Royal Portrush on Monday. He adopted it up the next day with another praising the Galgorm Spa and Golfing Vacation resort.
The initially Check finished a day early on Saturday soon after England’s spectacular earn by 3 wickets.
Vaughan was pressured to stick to Covid-19 protocols subsequent a trip to Northern Eire
A BBC spokesperson instructed Sportsmail that Vaughan had gone on a spouse and children trip and ‘as a precaution is undertaking the usual checks ahead of becoming a member of the crew again’. They included that he is anticipated again on air later on this 7 days.
The ECB refused to comment.