Team India Set to visit Australia for the Test Series with two weeks of Self-Isolation: BCCI Official

The Indian National Cricket Team has handed an enormous boost to Cricket Australia (CA) in their efforts to bring cricket back to life after the coronavirus pandemic. India is scheduled to tour Australia for a bilateral Test, ODI, and T20I series in October. The ICC T20 World Cup is slated to require place between the tour, and after the world cup, the tour will resume.

A senior BCCI official has stated that the Indian players will need to enter self-isolation for about two weeks before travelling to Australia. The coronavirus outbreak has wreaked havoc all across the world and therefore the sporting action has also suffered an excellent deal due to the virus. Now, there have been constant talks to bring cricket back to life, and CA is concentrated on getting things started with the Indian tour.


Speaking to the Sydney Morning Herald and therefore the Age, Arun Dhumal, BCCI’s treasurer, said that each one the players of Team India will enter isolation for a two-week period should they be asked to do so.

As per the norms, those travelling to Australia need to enter isolation for 2 weeks. This might have seen BCCI postponing the tour but seems like the board is additionally willing to play the much-awaited Test series.

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