Team India is scheduled to visit Australia later this year for a test series, but due to Coronavirus, this series is also under threat due to the situation in the whole world. Which both teams are worried about. Especially the Australian team and their board.
Which will result in a loss of billions of rupees due to the cancellation of India’s tour? Australian batsman Marnus Labuschagne said on Monday that it would be very disappointing for him and his team if the Indian team does not tour Australia due to the Covid-19 epidemic.
The Indian team has to play a four-match Test series in Australia hosted in December. However, before this, the T20 World Cup is to be played in Australia.
However, due to Coronavirus infection, the situation is not clear yet about this attack. There is uncertainty about how to control the epidemic, to deal with which travel restrictions are currently in place in Australia and India.
In response to a question asked at an online press conference, Labushen said that it would mean that we would not be able to play cricket which would be very harmful to me, the team, and Australia. There is also a T20 World Cup starting from October 18 in the middle of the Indian tour, but due to this global epidemic, its future is also in the balance.
In Australia, however, the number of people affected by the nationwide lockdown Covid-19 has decreased. Only 6 thousand 800 people have come into the country, out of which around 100 have died. He praised the health workers of the country and said that we hope that with their good works we will be able to host India.
Indian team can come here after three-four or four-five months. The 25-year-old batsman said that everything is changing so fast that it is difficult to guess something. Hopefully, things will be right.
In the event of India not visiting, Australia (Australia) will suffer a big loss. In such a situation, he has prepared to deal with this loss. If the India tour at the end of the year is canceled, Australia will get a loan of more than 3 billion 78 crore.
Cricket Australia has sanctioned a loan of 3 billion 78 crores as a security cover for the loss due to the cancellation of India’s tour.