Australia and England players set to miss the first part of IPL

The contracted Indian Premier League (IPL) from Australia and England are all set to miss the first part of the IPL. Involving in the ongoing series the players will miss the first round of this Indian Premier League (IPL). Due to the close schedule of the series between England and Australia and the mandatory isolation period, they will miss the first part.

Australia and England are scheduled to play a three match T20 series as well as a three match ODI series against England. The one match from the T20 series is still to commence. On the other hand the ODI series will start on 11 September and will end on 16 September which is 3 days prior to the star of the Indian premier League.

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Accronding to the formulated regulations, there will be no relaxations in the quarantine period for those players when they arrive in UAE. Therefore, as The ongoing bilateral series happening in England against Australia will get over on September 16, players who will feature in the series will then have to undergo a mandatory quarantine period of six days.

Besides, the players will be tested thrice for coronavirus during their quarantine period. If the tests becomes negative in all three tests, they will be allowed to join their respective teams. By the time these players complete the mandatory quarantine period, every franchise would have played at least one round of matches.

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