IND vs AUS: Indian team started practice at Melbourne cricket ground for Sydney test, New South Wales coronavirus cases | IND vs AUS: Preparations for Sydney Test, Team India begins practice

Melbourne: After 3 days of rest and recreation after winning the Boxing Day Test, Team India started training for the Sydney Test Match. The Indian team are still in Melbourne and after practicing here on Saturday and Sunday they will be leaving for Sydney.

In the city of Sydney, due to the coronavirus, the situation seems to be deteriorating again. It is feared that the third Test could be played without the public. Faced with this situation, the two teams are still in Melbourne, where the situation is normal. In Sydney, on the other hand, the Corona protocol is strictly observed and it has now become mandatory to wear masks.

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In such a situation, the Indian team want to spend time in the outdoors and the players can travel to Melbourne for an outing. The two teams will travel to Sydney on January 4, where things are going to be difficult for both. There is an alert in the areas around Sydney Cricket Ground and in such a situation players may have to follow strict corona protocol.

As of December 31, 10 new cases of COVID-19 (COVID-19) were reported in Sydney. This increased the number of positive cases to 170 in 2 weeks. According to reports, the third SCG test (MCG) is also being discussed without an audience. Balu mountain is very affected by Elavara Kovid. Berala and Smithfield, located 30 km from the SCG, are on alert.

There are discussions to make the wearing of masks compulsory in these areas and it is also a question of not inviting the public into the match from the 7th. There is no need to see if this happens. We’ll hear about the New South Wales premiere later today. But the numbers are very important, 10 cases were reported on the last day of 2020.

Cricket Australia, however, confirmed this week that the third Test would take place in Sydney. However, he has not yet been informed of the audience figures. The Board also decided to reduce the broadcasting staff.

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