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Team India will leave for the tour of Australia next week after the IPL is over. – File photo
Virat Kohli has shifted to Team India’s bio-bubble after the Royal Challengers Bangalore exit from IPL. Citing sources, the agency said that late on Friday night, Kohli entered into a bio-bubble created for Team India. Now he will start practice for the tour of Australia in 1-2 days. At the same time, Team India will leave for the tour of Australia next week after the IPL is over.
Mayank, Pujara start practice with pink ball
Earlier, Mayank Agarwal of Kings XI Punjab had already started practice for the tour of Australia. Apart from him, many other players including Cheteshwar Pujara and Hanuma Vihari are also present in Team India’s bio-bubble. According to the agency, players have also started preparations for the day-night Test in Adelaide with a pink ball.
Players will reach Sydney after IPL
After the IPL, the Indian team and the Australian players playing in the league will reach Sydney directly. There they have to live 14 quarantines. Both teams will also be able to train in the quarantine period. For this, Cricket Australia signed an agreement with the Government of New Wales last week.
One-day matches will start tour of Australia
Team India will play 3 ODIs, 3 T20s and 4 Tests on Australia tour. The tour will begin with the ODI series. The first two one-day matches will be played in Sydney on 27 and 29 November. While the final one-day will be played on 2 December in Canberra. The T20 series will be played in Sydney and Canberra. The first T20 match will take place on 4 December in Canberra. After that the team will return to Sydney. Where the remaining two T20 matches will be played.
Test matches will be played from December 17
After this the first Test will be Day-Night in Adelaide. It will be played from December 17 to 21. The second Test will be played in Melbourne from 26 to 30 December. The third Test will take place in Sydney from 7 to 11 January and the fourth Test in Brisbane from 15–19 January.
What is bio-bubble?
In simple language, it is an environment in which the person living is completely cut off from the outside world. That is, the players participating in the IPL, the support staff, the match official, even the hotel staff and the medical team that conducts the corona test are not allowed to go outside the purview. The person living within its scope cannot come in contact with anyone from outside world.