REPORTS: Indian Team to travel Australia for a tour worth $200 million

India vs Australia

Every team wants India to tour their country as when India plays against any country there is a lot of things that grasp the eyeballs. It may be finances, fans participation, etc.

Recently when Tim Paine Australian captain suggested ways how India can tour Australia amid this crisis where he advised for chartered plans along with all the medical facilities should be given to Indian cricketers.

India vs Australia

One of the statements that emerged from CA officials said: “We can go ahead and conduct matches under closed doors also”.

As per the reports surfacing on the Internet Cricket Australia will breathe a sigh of relief if the Indian team will tour Australia now and BCCI officials will confirm that India would tour Australia. The reports also revealed that if the Indian team doesn’t tour Australia it will be a huge loss for Australia as they would lose USD $200 million.

Arun Dhumal, the treasurer of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, told the Sydney Morning Herald, “It will difficult to say Australia men’s t20 world cup going ahead before the schedule in October. The outlook of conducting the bilateral series is far more promising”.

“There is no choice – everyone will have to do that. You would want to resume the cricket,” he said.

“Two weeks is not that long a lockdown. That would be ideal for any sportsman because when you are in quarantine for such a long period, then going to another country and having a two-week lockdown would be a good thing to do. We’ll have to see what the norms are posted this lockdown.”

Virat Kohli led Indian team is scheduled to travel to Australia for four tests Series, followed by three one day International will spend two weeks in a quarantine period as a precautionary measure. 

However, Dhumal also clarified that “Once we are aware when cricket will resume we will take a final call after that” he said.

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