Australian captain Tim Payne has said the Ashes will continue despite the reluctance of some England players to tackle tough Covit-19 isolation restrictions. England captain Joe Root and others on his team have expressed skepticism about the tour due to ‘bubble fatigue’ and their families will not be able to travel with them due to Australia’s strict regulations.
“The Gray is moving forward. The first test is on December 8 – whether Joe is here or not,” Payne told radio station SEN Hobart. The beauty of the world we live in – you have a choice. If you do not want to come, do not come. ”
Cricket Australia is in talks with officials and the Board of England over travel conditions and whether the families of the players can come.
Australia has hats for international arrivals and 14-day hotel isolation is mandatory even for those who are fully vaccinated. Former England batsman Pandit Kevin Pietersen has said England players should not travel unless any restrictions are imposed. “I have no way to go to the Ashes this winter. Zero opportunity! ”He tweeted.
“If the ridiculously isolated rules are destroyed, my family can travel with zero restrictions.” Beanson did not speak for the players, saying he should leave the decision to them. “If you want to know something about the title of the world, you ask Kevin Pietersen. He’s an expert on everything,” said Captain Dryer. ” We never heard of an England player coming out and saying they would not come in. I think it’s smashed, people like Kevin want to express themselves a little bit in the media.