Melbourne: Cricket Australia has said there is no threat to the Border-Gavaskar Trophy third test match amid new cases of coronavirus infection in Sydney. Is monitored
In Sydney, 28 cases of Coronavirus infection were reported on Friday. The third test between India and Australia will be played here from January 7th.
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Cricket Australia Acting Managing Director Nick Hockley said: “We are in contact with our medical experts.” We have kept our players in the bio bubble throughout the season. We are monitoring the situation but there is no panic.
When asked if there was any uncertainty about the test in Sydney, he replied, “I don’t think so, that’s why we created a biological bubble. The Women’s Big Bash League, Big Bash League, BCCI and the Australian team have followed all the protocols very well.
Seeing new cases in Sydney, former Australian fast bowler and commentator Brett Lee decided to return home to North Sydney. Two members of the broadcasting team who are residents of Sydney returned home.