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IPL 2021: How will Australian players go home? The option suggested by Glenn Maxwell

The last match of the IPL will be played on May 30. So all eyes are now on whether BCCI will make a separate arrangement for the Australian players playing in the IPL or consider the option suggested by Maxwell.

Mumbai: While corona is gaining popularity all over the world, now corona has penetrated into IPL and cricket world in India as well. As a result, three players in the IPL have withdrawn. R Ashwin of Delhi Capitals has also taken a break from the IPL due to Corona. The last three or four days have seen a number of developments over how Australian players playing in the IPL will return home.

The Australian Cricket Board is still silent. On the other hand, the Prime Minister of Australia has said that you should take care of yourself. The BCCI has also said that we will make arrangements to support these players. The current situation of corona in India is dire. Players for the IPL are living in a very tight bio bubble. Airlines to Australia have also been canceled.

Against this backdrop, Royal Challengers Bangalore player Glenn Maxwell has suggested an alternative. The Indian team will travel to England to play the World Test Championship against New Zealand. Australian players can go to England with that team. “Then we can think about how to get from England to Australia,” he said.

The last match of the IPL will be played on May 30. So all eyes are now on whether BCCI will make a separate arrangement for the Australian players playing in the IPL or consider the option suggested by Maxwell.

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