The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) stated that they’re conserving in contact with their gamers taking part in the Indian Premier League (IPL) though there isn’t a affirmation from their board on whether or not extra gamers will likely be leaving the nation after Rajasthan Royals participant Liam Livingstone left earlier.
“We continue to monitor and work with the players on an individual basis. We are offering advice daily to those that seek it. Our thoughts are with the people of India during these difficult times,” an ECB spokesperson informed PA.
Kolkata Knight Riders and England captain Eoin Morgan on Monday admitted that quarantine and bubble life is hard and so they have to handle it.
“Certainly, I think it’s challenging and it does have to be managed for players, coaching staff. When you consider the horrific nature of what’s happening outside the bubble, we try and lend our support and encouragement for everything that’s going on not only in India but around the world,” stated Morgan after his crew scored a five-wicket win over Punjab Kings in Ahmedabad.
“If you’re going out stay safe, wear a mask, social distance. We’ve seen first-hand at home how devastating it can be,” he added.
While three Australian cricketers have already left the Indian shores citing private causes i.e. they do not need to get locked out of their nation, not one of the English gamers aside from Livingstone has left India.
Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer pulled out of the IPL due to accidents and are recuperating at house.
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