The coronavirus is returning to life within the stadium. However, various rules and regulations need to be obeyed. Players need to stay within the bio-protected zone. Various precautionary measures are being taken to stop corona infection. Ensuring the health of the players during the series seems to possess become quite challenging. In such a situation, the difficulty of their family has also come up for discussion. Because inviting families to the series outside the country is additionally a further challenge.
Will there be any separate arrangements for the families of Indian cricketers within the upcoming Australia series? This question has become big now. However, Indian Cricket Board-BCCI president Sourav Ganguly is positive about it.
According to Ganguly, ‘Family should accompany Kohli within the Australia series. Because players are within the biosecurity zone for an extended time. then i feel it is sensible to possess a family with them. ‘
The former Indian captain and board president said, ‘The Australian Cricket Board is trying to bring our players and their families with them. let’s examine what happens within the end. Maybe the family will accompany the players. ‘
In an interview to the media, Ganguly also gave a thought about the coronavirus protocol in Australia. He said, ‘I think the primary a part of the tour are going to be in Sydney. Discussions are still being persisted biosecurity and medical issues. we’ve been told Australia is now almost covid-free. there’s not much coronavirus infected. However, we are continuing the discussion in order that everything is ok .
Meanwhile, the BCCI isn’t so strict with the family within the IPL held within the United Arab Emirates. But they’re a touch strict about getting to Australia. then albeit Kohli flies straight to Australia from Dubai, Anushka will need to return to India.
India will start the tour with a three-match ODI and T20 series. Then a four-match Test series are going to be held. the primary test of the pink ball in Adelaide are going to be day and night.