- Lockdown continues in many countries including India due to corona virus epidemic
- Cricket Australia considering all options for organizing Test series against India
- Australian pacer Hazlewood said, Adelaide best ground in last four or five years
- Josh Hazlewood is busy with golf, gaming and gardening during the lockdown
Cricket Australia is considering all options for organizing the Test series against India. In such a situation, fast bowler Josh Hazlewood suggested that all the matches of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy be held at the same ground at the Adelaide Oval. The lockdown continues in many countries due to the corona virus epidemic.
Economically weak Cricket Australia wants to make a series against India at all costs to make up for the loss. Hazlewood told Australian media, “The bowler and batsman will be happy with it. It is the best cricket ground in the last four or five years. It helps both bowlers and batsmen. ”
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The Indian team has to play four Tests, three ODIs and three T20 matches on the tour of Australia. The T20 series will be played before the T20 World Cup to be held in October. During lockdown, Hazelwood is busy with golf, gaming and gardening.
At the moment, the bowler’s goal outside the Australian team was to return to the Indian Premier League with a good performance. He said, “Now there is no match before the T20 World Cup, so I am finding it difficult to come back.”