Australia cricket players to wait in Maldives or Sri Lanka:
Eight British players returned to London on Wednesday after the Indian Premier League (IPL) suddenly stopped, but three other British cricketers returned to their home country in the next 48 hours. Chris Works and Jos Butler arrived in London on Wednesday along with six other British cricketers. (Provided by BCCI) Chris Works and Jos Butler arrived in London on Wednesday along with six other British cricketers.
Eoin Morgan, Dawid Malan, Chris Jordan are off India in the next 48 hours. Eight British players arrived in London on Wednesday after IPL’s suspension BCCI postpones IPL2021 season and takes effect immediately on Tuesday Eight players from England arrived in London on Wednesday the day after the cessation of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2021.
Australian players were waiting to fly to Maldives or Sri Lanka before returning home. A British spokesman told Reuters that Sam and Tom of the brothers Johnny Bainswu, Jos Butler, Sam Billings Chris Works, Moen Ali and Jason Roy Haran returned home on Wednesday.
“They will now be quarantined in government-approved hotels,” he said. England’s limited-over claim, Ena Morgan, batter Weed, is limited, and all-round player Chris Jordan will leave India within 48 hours. Australia has banned Indian travelers, including their own citizens, from entering the country until May 15. Cricket Australia failed to give good news to people like Steve Smith and David Warner in a statement with the Australian Cricket Association.
Three players, including Adam Zampa, returned home after leaving the IPL 2021 before the travel ban was announced, but 14 players are still in a biobubble. There are also commentators in India such as Delhi Capitals coach Ricky Ponting Royal Challenger Bangalore’s Chaida Simon Gatic, and Brett Lee. “What BCCI is doing is moving the entire cohort out of India and having to wait until we can return to Australia,” said Nick Gulli Lee, CA interim chief executive, told reporters in Sydney.