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IPL 2021: ‘Arrange Charter Plane’, player demand from Australian Cricket Board

Royal Challengers Bangalore’s Ken Richardson and Adam Zampa and Rajasthan Royals’ Andrew Tye have returned home.

Mumbai: The rapidly growing number of corona in the country is worrisome. Corona is also in crisis in the cricket world. The IPL is on with all the care in it. For the IPL, players have to stay in the bio bubble under strict discipline.

Australian batsman Chris Lynn, who is playing for Mumbai Indians in the IPL, is in a hurry to return home to Australia soon. Chris Lynn has asked the Australian Cricket Board to arrange a charter plane.

Players playing in the IPL have expressed concern over the possibility of entry to Australia being blocked due to rising corona in India. Lynn told News Corp Media, ‘I know people are going through a much worse situation than us, but our bio bubble is also very disciplined and tough.’

‘We are expected to be vaccinated against corona next week. In such a situation, the Australian Cricket Board has now requested that a special flight be arranged for us.

According to Lynn, Australia takes 10 per cent of the IPL contract cricket and has also requested the Australian Cricket Board to spend on special flights this year.

Royal Challengers Bangalore’s Ken Richardson and Adam Zampa and Rajasthan Royals’ Andrew Tye have returned home. On the other hand, David Warner and Steve Smith are also expected to withdraw from the IPL.

IPL matches are being played till May 30. Lean ends on May 23 and is followed by the semifinals between May 25 and 28. The final match will not be played on May 30. 14 Australian players are playing in the IPL.

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