England and Australian cricket players are not certain to play the IPL 2020 first match because United Arab Emirates (UAE) officials decide to follow some safety measures. Due to that they will miss their first IPL match 2020.
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IPL 2020 will starts on September 19, but both the England and Australian Cricket players have to complete their scheduled bilateral series of three T20Is and ODIs up to September 16. Now England leading the score in T20I series 2-0, and Friday September 11 they will initiate their ODI matches.
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These players have only 3 days gap for the IPL 2020 matches but they have some safety measures plotted by UAE, so the players even who have IPL commitments have to return to their states again to follow the compulsory quarantine period of 6 days.
The current rule says that the player who returns to states from other countries should isolate themselves for 6 days. They can join their respective bio–secure bubble team after the confirmation of three negative COVID-19 reports. And also the bio- secure team players will be tested for the period of every five days.
So by the time when these England and Australian players complete their quarantine, other teams of the IPL will complete their first match in IPL. There is no much problem for getting prepared because already they are getting practiced by playing their scheduled cricket matches.
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Controls in Bio-secure Bubbles to every player
The players of England and Australia have to complete their 80 days of isolation in bio-secure bubble by the mean time IPL will ends on November 10, IPL will be held at 3 places like Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Sharjah without any audience for the period of 53 days.
There is some difficulties for the Cricket players due to living in bio-secure bubble.
No one is allowed to leave the bubble and they will be regularly tracked and the report will be submitted to Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI). BCCI made a deal with ‘Restrata’ British firm and brought contact tracing electronic badges to all the players in the bubble.
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