Big Bash League and Ashes league is in danger due to Corona, report of 19 members came positive

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For the third time, Covid has started to spread its feet rapidly. In fact, you are seeing a very negative effect on the Big Bash League being played in Australia.

With the arrival of Corona in the year 2021, like any other field, the field of sports has also been greatly affected by it. It has already affected world cricket twice.

Because of this, there is now the danger of cancellation of this T20 tournament. Recently, Thursday's match between the Perth Scorchers and Melbourne Stars had to be postponed due to Corona.

Players of Ashes series turns positive too

Three players were included in the Australian squad as cover shortly after Travis Head was found to be positive for Corona.

This list also includes all-rounder Mitchell Marsh, Nick Maddison, and goalkeeper Josh English. English) exists.

In addition to Big Bash (Big Bash League 2021), Corona has also made its entry in the Ashes series (Ashes 2021-22) that is played between Australia and England.

Ahead of the fourth test match to be held in Sydney, both teams have reported many crown cases.

England head coach Chris Silverwood has also fallen under Corona's control. Now, Australia's middle order hitter Travis Head has also been found to be Corona positive.

So it has been discarded from the Sydney Test.

Players get Covid positive in Big Bash League

Cricket Australia is very attentive to this matter.

The way this league has gained momentum in the case of Corona, if not managed, this tournament can also be canceled.

Two teams from the Big Bash League Melbourne Stars and 19 members of the Sydney Thunder have been found to be Crown positive.

Of these, there are 11 players. So you can also cancel the match between Adelaide Strikers and Sydney Thunder (ADS vs SYT) that will be played on the last day of the year.

In a press release, both teams have said that they are working with Cricket Australia to organize the team's upcoming games.

While the Sydney Thunder team will also consult Cricket Australia Health ahead of tonight's crucial game.