India Australia tour likely to proceed as planned: BCCI sources

 India Australia tour likely to proceed as planned: BCCI sources

BCCI sources reported that India’s Australia tour is most likely to take place in 2020 and the board contemplates varied prospects for cricket resumption of coronavirus pandemic.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • India are scheduled to play 4 Tests and three ODIs in December-January
  • BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal has already mentioned India is prepared to quarantine for 14 days
  • BCCI feels that cricket ought to resume in September and October
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While BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal has already mentioned that the workforce is ready for 14 days to quarantine, BCCI sources have instructed Boria Majumdar, India Today Consulting Editor Sports that the tour is most likely to take place as scheduled.

Cricket Australia (CA) has acquired considerable relief as it is likely that India’s upcoming Australia tour will continue according to BCCI sources. Cricket Australia could lose as much as 300 million Australian {dollars} if India tour does not happen.

India is scheduled to play 4 Tests and 3 ODIs in December-January, a tour that should give a big fillip to dwindling funding from Cricket Australia (CA).

As per the principles amid Covid-19 pandemic, these travelling to Australia have to go into isolation for a pair of weeks. The quarantine guidelines might have seen BCCI suspending the tour however the Indian cricket board is keen to play the scheduled four-match Test sequence.

BCCI sources additionally confirmed that if the T20 World Cup would not occur the tour won’t be damaged up into components however will proceed with Test and T20I as a steady sequence.

Additionally, the Indian cricket board thinks cricket will restart in September and October but is unlikely to say anything in public before the lockdown ends and the issues clear.

BCCI can provide an allowance for the prospect of bio pleasant stadiums and totally different codecs for cricket resumption.

BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal had mentioned on downplaying the logistical points likely to come up as a result of of the Covid-19 pandemic, stating that India’s tour of Australia later this 12 months is likely to go ahead.

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