Australian opener David Warner wanted to see at least 25 per cent of the time at the stadium during the home series against India this year. Warner said he was interested in the series against his biggest rival India.
“I’m very excited about this tour, which will be a great fight between two very competitive teams,” Warner told an online news conference. And I hope that at least 25 percent of the specta tors will be allowed to see the stadium during a few football matches. That would be fantastic. “
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The same week, Victorian state Prime Minister Daniel Andrews said his government was in talks with Cricket Australia and Tennis Australia to allow spectators to come to the stadium during the Boxing Day Test and the Australian Open. Warner ready to lead Sunrisers Hyderabad in the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in the United Arab Emirates.
Regarding the challenge of playing in the IPL in a biologically safe environment and without spectators, Warner acknowledged that it would be a completely different and difficult task. Every fifth day during the tournament, players and support staff will play a Covid-19 test in the current IPL under strict health care rules.
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“It will be difficult for some people to stay away from family for so long, but I think the players will focus more on the matches once the competition starts,” Warner said. I think the BCCI and the hosts have done a great job in organizing the IPL. “