Cricket Australia chairman: No compromises on safety for South Africa tour

We all have been facing a tough time and have adapted to an absolutely new lifestyle of staying as much as possible at home. All the nations are trying their best to fight with the corona virus and provide their countrymen with best health care facilities. Sports authorities have also done their best with all the preventive measures to bring back sports in times of pandemic.

The resumption of  Cricket began back in July with England vs West Indies series followed by the fan’s favourite IPL in September and October. All these series and T20 league have so far been played in the empty stadiums. Finally the crowds were seen in Australia where they take on India as the situation of corona is in control in that country.

After India, Australia to play against RSA:

After Australia completes the series with India which stretches to mid-January, they’ll travel to South Africa for a series. South Africa are currently playing against Sri Lanka in all the three series. Unfortunately even after many safety measures, 2 players from the South African squad tested positive for the virus and have now been ruled out of the test series and have been replaced by other players.

CA cautious on player’s safety:

This incident drew quick reaction from Earl Eddings, the Cricket Australia chairman as he said that the safety of Australian players would never be compromised and that the Cricket Australia is closely monitoring the progress and safety of the Sri Lanka vs South Africa series.

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