RCB all-rounder Glenn Maxwell is having one of the best IPL seasons this year with a new franchise. Maxwell has featured in RCB’s all 6 games so far and has scored 223 runs. With new challenges coming each day, Virat Kohli & team seem to have come into this edition with different plans and strategies as they have won five games from the six played so far.
How will Australian cricketers travel after IPL, reveals Maxwell
The 32-year-old is hopeful that all the Australian cricketers will reach home safely after the conclusion of the ongoing Indian Premier League. Maxwell has also suggested a possible solution to this. The star all-rounder stated that he along with other Aussie cricketers wouldn’t mind travelling to England with Indian, New Zealand and England players to UK.
Although a senior BCCI official agreed to look into this plan seeing the restriction on international travel due to rise in COVID-19 cases. Recently, Australian PM Scott Morrison opened up on banning commercial flights from Indian to Australia due to COVID outbreak in India.
"Travelling to England and going to Australia from there could be an option that can be explored. There will be various options and obliviously BCCI will try and take the safest one which doesn't compromise any of the players' health and security," Dhumal was quoted as saying to PTI.
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RCB’s Adam Zampa and Kane Richardson, along with Rajasthan Royals’ Andrew Tye have already left the IPL bio-bubble, citing bubble fatigue and safety concerns as the reason of pulling out of the tournament.