Cricket Australia’s Chief Executive Officer Kevin Roberts said this was a big deal for the tour of India

Cricket Australia’s Chief Executive Officer Kevin Roberts has spoken about India’s tour of India to Australia later this year that there is a 90 percent chance that it will be a series.

Cricket will also have to see how it has to fight to resume the Kovid-19 epidemic. Hindustan is expected to play a series of 4 Tests, 3 ODIs and 3 T20 matches in Australia at the end of the year and early next year.

The Chief of Cricket Australia, CA has also said that the Australian team was to visit England in July, which is now likely to be in September. The financial future of Cricket Australia is also connected with the tour of Australia to India. If the tour is postponed or canceled, then the Australian Cricket Board will suffer a loss of 300 million Australian dollars. However, in Australia, Hindustan may also have to go through the quarantine process.

It remains expected that there will be no crowds of matches during Australia’s summer season and there may be an international yet restricted number of places to support biosecurity methods. Speaking to News Corp, Kevin Roberts said, “I think there is no certainty in today’s world, so I am 10 [10 में से] Can’t say, but I’m going to say nine out of 10. “

He said, “With change, who would know if we could have a crowd? I would wonder if we can’t take the Indian tour away, but I wouldn’t say that we would heartily suggest that we have a start There will be a whole crowd. We just have to see how it happens. ” However, before this tour of India, the T20 World Cup is proposed in Australia in October-November, which is expected to be postponed.


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