India vs South Africa: No Bio-Bubble, Says BCCI

In the time of Covid-19, most of the series are being played in the bio bubble. However, it has a very bad effect on the mental health of the players. Meanwhile, the BCCI has decided to take a big step thinking about the players. In fact, after the IPL, the Indian team has to play a five-match T20 series against South Africa.

In such a situation, this series can be organized without a bio bubble. However, no official announcement has been made about this yet. Five matches of the T20 series between the two teams will be played from June 9 to 19 in Delhi, Cuttack, Vizag, Rajkot and Bangalore.

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There will be no bio bubble on England-Ireland tour

If some media reports are to be believed, then a BCCI official gave a big statement regarding this series and said that,

“If all goes well and things remain under control as they are now, there will be no bio bubbles and strict isolation during the home series against South Africa. After that we will go to Ireland and England and there will be no bio bubble in these countries as well.”

The final match of the 15th season of IPL will be played on May 29 and in such a situation, BCCI does not want its players to be a part of the bio bubble once again after the tournament is over.

The effect of the bio bubble on the players

The BCCI official further said that,

“Some players have got breaks from time to time but if we look at the bigger picture, being part of the bio bubble during one series after another and now two months of IPL is quite tiring for the players.”

Let us tell you that at present there is no bio bubble for any sport in England, so it is expected that India will not have to be a part of bio bubble there. This year the Indian team has to go to England and play a limited over series of one Test and 6 matches.

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