Rahul Dravid believes that the resumption of cricket in a bio-secure environment would be unrealistic.
The England and Wales Cricket Board is planning to ensure cricket in a bio-secure environment. However, Indian player Rahul Dravid thinks that it is unrealistic and that it is an impossible task for the other cricket boards to replicate it.
As per Dravid, ‘It is a bit unrealistic to have things at the level the ECB is talking about. Obviously, the ECB is very keen to conduct these series because they have had no other cricket and it is right in the middle of the season. Even if they are potentially able to create a bubble and manage it in that way, I think it will be impossible for everyone to do it with the kind of calendar that we have, with the travelling that you do on tours and the number of people involved’.
He also questioned the possibilities of what may happen if one or more player tests positive during a match even after passing a COVID-19 test beforehand. With that, his words showed resentment towards the possibility of playing cricket in a bio-secure environment.
The issue regarding the said matter arose after England plans to host the three-match Test series against the West Indies in July. To further understand Test matches, check out Betwala.
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