There is a splash of IPL 2020 in UAE at this time. After more than half the time has passed, the battle between the teams to reach the playoffs has intensified. The final of IPL 13 is to be played on 10 November. But even after this, the thrill of cricket will not end. This is because after IPL 2020, Team India, headed by Virat Kohli, will leave for Australia directly. Where 4 Tests, three ODIs, and T20 series will be played between India and Australia. Preparations are going on for the upcoming series, which will run for about two months.
The BCCI may announce a big team of India very soon. The Indian team has to remain on tour in Australia till January. By the way, many preparations are going on. The biggest preparation is to keep the players safe from corona infection. However, the players will shift from the bio bubble in IPL to shift to the bio bubble of Australia. But it is being told that the Indian team will have to stay in Corentin for two weeks in Australia. Only then will they get an entry in bio-bubble. But meanwhile, there is news that BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has demanded a reduction in the Corentin period from the Australia Board.Ganguly had said a program, we hope that the period of segregation will be reduced somewhat. We do not want players to sit in hotel rooms for two weeks. It will be quite disappointing.
Players will not be able to take the family on tour to Australia
It is reported that the players of Team India will not be allowed to take the family to Australia. If it happens that after the end of IPL, Anushka Sharma, Ritika Sajdeh will have to come directly from UAE to India. Although the matter is still going on, the final decision is yet to come.
BCCI could announce a 32-member Indian team
BCCI may announce a big Indian team in Australia tour. It is being told that BCCI can send 32-member team India to Australia tour. This is because India has to stay in Australia for about two months and due to the inevitability of the Corentin period, the BCCI would not want to take any risk in which a player from India is called from Australia in the event of injury.