IPL 2020

India Cricket

IPL 2020

India Cricket


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The Australian team's participation in the Indian Premier League in 2021 is now in doubt after Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced that flights from the country would be suspended due to COVID-19. Passenger flights from India will be suspended until May 15, according to reports. The decision by the National Security Committee.

The lucrative T20 league has a total of 30 Australians involved, including players, coaches, and broadcasters. They'll be stranded on board for the time being before anything new happens. The situation in India has gotten worse, with more than 3,20,000 new cases being reported every day.

Even though there will be no passenger flights between Australia and India, Australians will return home via repatriation flights.

Adam Zampa, Kane Richardson, and Andrew Tye, three Australian players, have already returned home. There are a total of 14 teams in the league. Coaches such as Michael Hussey, Simon Katich, and Ricky Ponting, on the other hand, are on the list, as are broadcasters Brett Lee and Matthew Hayden.

The IPL 2021 will conclude on May 30. This gives the Australians a glimmer of hope that flights will resume after May 15. Brett Lee said on Fox Cricket's Road to the Ashes podcast that no Australian should be blamed for returning home in these circumstances.

Lee went on to say that all of the Australian players and support staff are doing everything they can to keep things going well. He mentioned that everyone is attempting to adhere to the guidelines to avoid any breaches and ensure that the tournament runs smoothly.

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