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The Board of Control for Cricket in India will be sending five reserve players to the West Indies as members in India's U19 squad were tested positive of COVID-19 during the ongoing ICC U19 World Cup 2022 on Wednesday. These reserve players are -- Udhay Saharan, Abhishek Porel (wicketkeeper), Rishith Reddy, Ansh Gosai, and PM Singh Rathore.

Sources tracking the development confirmed to ANI that the players would be transported to the Caribbean immediately.

"Yes, the board has decided to send five reserve players to the Caribbean. They will undergo six-day isolation upon reaching. We are hoping that the team tops their Group B so that everyone is fit and available for the quarterfinal clash on January 29," the source said.

India has already won its opening two matches against South Africa and Ireland and the colts will lock horns against Uganda in their final group B game on Saturday.

On the gameday against Ireland, the BCCI had informed that four India players tested positive 
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