The Melbourne Stars’ camp is reeling under the upsurge of Covid-19 and Glen Maxwell is its latest victim. Glen Maxwell has tested positive for Covid-19 in rapid antigen test, and has undergone PCR test.

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His PCR test reports are awaited and he has been sent to isolation in the meantime. Melbourne Stars’ captain Maxwell underwent testing after his team’s defeat against the Melbourne Renegades on Monday night.
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Official Statement of Melbourne Stars

Glen Maxwell is the latest member of the melbourne stars camp to contract covid-19. Already 12 other players and 8 staff members are under isolation after contracting the virus. The Melbourne Stars confirmed the news in an official statement on their website. The official statement read:

Maxwell returned with a positive rapid antigen test after the game against the Melbourne Renegades and has since undertaken a PCR test and is currently isolating.

He is the 13th member of the Stars camp to contract the virus. The situation inside the camp seems dreadful. The Melbourne Stars were forced to field an inexperienced team of reserves in their last two matches against the Perth Scorchers and Melbourne Renegades.

However, amidst all the gloom there is good news for the stars. Their 10 players including Adam Zampa, Marcus Stoinis, and Nathan Coulter-Nile, will be done with their 7-day isolation and will be available for the next fixture against the Adelaide Strikers. These are the best betting apps india.

Earlier, the BBL had changed their schedule for three matches in the last minute after several Brisbane Heat players tested positive for Covid-19.

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