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England given green light to start training in Sri Lanka after latest round of Covid testing produced no new positives with Moeen Ali still isolating England can train in Sri Lanka after receiving no positives in latest Covid tests Moeen Ali was found to have the virus upon arrival and is now in quarantine England's training session on Wednesday will be their first since arriving The two-match Test series gets under way in Galle on January 14 

By David Charlesworth, Press Association

Published: 08:09 GMT, 6 January 2021 | Updated: 08:09 GMT, 6 January 2021

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England have received a boost on their tour of Sri Lanka with the news that a fresh round of testing for Covid-19 has yielded no further positive cases.

Moeen Ali was on Monday found to have the virus upon arrival in Hambantota, where he will quarantine for 10 days in a separate wing of the touring team's hotel.

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Chris Woakes was identified as a close contact of the off-spinning all-rounder and will continue to self-isolate despite the fast bowler being among a round of blanket negatives across players and staff - discounting Moeen.

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