Sydney: After new cases of Coronavirus in Adelaide, some Australian players including captain Tim Paine had to go to Quarantine on Monday, but Cricket Australia has said that the first against India will be here from December 17. The test will be according to the predetermined schedule.
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Western Australia, Tasmania and the Northern Territory have closed their borders with South Australia after several cases of Corona virus infection in Adelaide and 14 days of quarantine applied to all people arriving from Adelaide on Monday afternoon from 11 to 59 minutes. Have done
A Cricket Australia spokesperson said in the context of the first day-night test, “Monitoring is being done but the story ends here.” The cases of corona infection were 4 on Sunday, but the figure reached 17 on Monday.
These cases may have an impact on Australia’s cricket season, but the CA has said that there is no reason to raise doubts against the conduct of the first day-night Test of the Test series against India at Adelaide Oval next month.
The cricket board is monitoring the results of the transition and its officials are in touch with the top people making policies in Adelaide. Health officials in Tasmania have kept people from South Australia in Quarantine since 9 November, which means that Penn, Matthew Wade and their Tasmania teammates will live in isolation.
Tasmania played the opening round of Sheffield Shield matches in South Australia. Cricket Tasmania spokesman said, ‘The Tasmania Tigers Sheffield Shield team is going through the Quarantine and we are waiting for further advice from the Public Health Officers. The players and staff will be tested today.
The Indian team and the Australian players participating in the IPL 2020 in the UAE are going through a 14-day quarantine in Sydney from Thursday. Their quarantine will be completed a day before the one-day international series starting on November 27 at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Sydney will host the first 2 matches followed by the third ODI and first T20 match in Canberra. The last 2 T20 matches will be in Sydney.
India will play 2 practice matches in Sydney against Australia A before the Test series. The first match will be from 6 to 8 December and the second in Sydney from 11 to 13 December which will be a day-night match. In the first test, about 50 percent of the total capacity of the stadium will be allowed to come, so that every 27 thousand tickets will be available.