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The COVID19 pandemic subdued plenty of changes in our life, apart from the dozen activities even cricket was halted all around the World. But then came a time when ICC came up with Bio bubble protocols could be used to restart cricket, at first England adapted to the biosecure bubbles in place followed by which even the IPL in the UAE was conducted under the same scheme of things. Now post all this even India’s tour of Australia is going to take place under the same protocols in Australia.

The Indian team after the completion of the IPL took off to Australia directly from UAE itself. Since the players were in a bubble for over two months in the UAE, it kind off eased things off for them but now after over two months in the bio bubble.

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‘A five-star prison’ – Indian Player Feel The Heat Of The Quarantine In Australia

The cricketers are not permitted to meet each other in lodging as gatherings have been restricted. The life in bio-bubble pounds players and a few of them have just raised worries over it. Now has started to get to the some of the Indian players in the squad as one Indian pacer compared the quarantine to ‘A five-star prison’.

In Sydney, the players are moving in four separate vehicles with just 10-11 of them permitted in every one of them. Additionally, they are likewise advised to keep up safe separation while being inside the vehicle also. The players are likewise not permitted to assemble and eat together, their movement within the hotels has also been limited as they aren’t even allowed to workout.

Australia will face India in 6 limited-overs games and 4 Test matches. The 3-match ODI series begins on 27th November followed by 3 T20Is. The focused energy Border-Gavaskar test series will start on 17th December with a pink-ball day-night Test in Adelaide followed by the Boxing Day Test in Melbourne, New Year’s Test in Sydney, and the last Test in Brisbane.

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