Thursday, July 29, 2021

IPL 2021: Stranded Australian players to either stay back in India or move to third country

Meanwhile, the Australian players stranded at the postponed IPL will either stay back in India or move to a third country as Cricket Australia and Australian Cricketers’ Association today made it clear that they would not seek exemptions to their national government’s norms.

The Australian government has suspended all flights from India till May 15, leaving around 9,000 Aussies, including cricketers and former cricketers in IPL, stranded in India that is reeling under the pandemic.

On the other hand, South African players will have to undergo quarantine in their own homes, once they return to their country.

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