The Ashes 2021: Former England captain Kevin Pietersen has termed the quarantine rules applicable for the upcoming Ashes series in Australia as rubbish.. he said that, Had he been part of the England team at this time, he would never have gone to Australia to play the Ashes.. Also Peterson has said that, If the rules of Quarantine are not made easy, then the Ashes series should not be played in these conditions. The first Test match of the Ashes series is to be played on 8 December at The Gabba, Brisbane.
Let us tell you that due to Kovid-19, strict quarantine rules have been made for the Ashes series to be held in Australia. Even in this two-month long tour, the travel of the players with their family can also be banned. Apart from this, there are all border seals, due to which there is a ban on coming here for travelers.
Players are fed up with the life of Bio-Bubble
Also, according to Pietersen, the players are now troubled by the life of this bio-bubble. He wrote on Twitter, “If I was still playing for England, I would not have gone to Australia to play the Ashes. Until they remove these nonsense rules of quarantine there and allow me to take my family with me Players are now fed up with the life of this bio-bubble.”
Many prominent players can withdraw from the Ashes
Let us tell you that this Australian tour of England for the Ashes will last for about two months. Where during this five test matches of the series will be played. This means that after the T20 World Cup here, the players will once again have to stay in the bio-bubble for a long time. It is believed that many prominent players of the England team may withdraw their names from the Ashes series if the family is not allowed to take them along.
Also, in most places in Australia, the situation of lockdown remains in place, due to which players may have to face many restrictions in movement. Cricket Australia is currently in discussions with the England and Wales Cricket Board to find a solution to this matter.
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