Cricket Australia (CA) said on Tuesday that it would not be exempt from the government’s travel ban imposed on flights from India, but would work with the Cricket Board of India (BCCI) to ensure that players from the Indian Premier League (IPL). IPL was postponed indefinitely after a number of cases of coronary artery infection in a biologically safe environment followed by a safe return home, followed by a joint statement by the CA and the Australian Cricketers’ Association (ACA) that Australian players and support staff would ensure safe return. Make plans to do.
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In a joint statement, the CA and CSA respect the Australian government’s decision to suspend travel from India until May 15 and receive no exemption. “The CA is in direct contact with the BCCI and is making plans to return Australian players, coaches, match officials and commentators to Australia,” the statement said.
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BCCI president Brijesh Patel said the BCCI would find a way to send foreign players back. CA has thanked the Indian Board for their hard work and cooperation. In a statement, CA and ACA said the BCCI’s decision to indefinitely postpone the Indian Premier League 2021 was to improve the safety and security of all participants. He said the CA and ACA would like to thank the BCCI for their efforts and cooperation to ensure safe return of all participants in the IPL.