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Vaughan and Pietersen lash out at Chance for not taking family along for Ashes series


Cricket Australia, however, said that the issue is being resolved as the tournament is still a long way off. The England cricketers will not take the family with them on tour to Bangladesh and Pakistan. After this, the T20 World Cup is to be held in October.

London. former England captain Michael Vaughan believes that the Ashes series should be canceled if players are not allowed to take family with them on a four-month long tour of Australia due to the Corona protocol. According to a British media report, there is a possibility that England players may not be allowed to take their family along for the Ashes cricket series starting on December 8. Vaughan tweeted, “Read reports today that England cricketers may not be able to take their families for the Ashes series. If so, the series should be cancelled. Being away from family for four months is not acceptable at all.

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Former captain Kevin Pietersen said that players should not be blamed if they decide not to play amidst such restrictions. He said, “If any England cricketer withdraws from this Ashes series, then he has my full support. Four months away from family. Family is the most important thing for a sportsperson and even more so in the current environment. Cricket Australia, however, said that the issue is being resolved as the tournament is still far away. The England cricketers will not take the family with them on tour to Bangladesh and Pakistan. After this, the T20 World Cup is to be held in October.

Disclaimer:Prabhasakshi has not edited this news. This news has been published from PTI-language feed.

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