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Former England captain Kevin Pietersen.© Instagram

The upcoming Ashes sequence in Australia has been within the information for some time now with a number of England gamers echoing their reservations in opposition to the strict Covid-19 protocols which might be at present in place Down Beneath. The five-match Check sequence is scheduled to start from December 8 and proceed until January 18.

Former England captain Kevin Pietersen on Monday took to Twitter to provide his views on the scenario. Pietersen spoke in regards to the issues that gamers face due to the continual bio-bubbles that they have to be part of.

“There’s NO WAY I might go to The Ashes this winter. ZERO probability! Until, the ridiculous quarantine guidelines had been squashed and my household may journey with zero restrictions. Gamers are actually achieved with bubbles! DONE,” tweeted Pietersen.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson raised the problem of a journey ban on the households of England’s cricketers with Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison throughout a latest diplomatic go to to Washington DC.

Earlier, England pacer Stuart Broad had confirmed that he’ll journey to Australia for the upcoming Ashes supplied he stays match. There are negotiations happening between the ECB and CA and each boards are looking for compromises to quarantine and dwelling preparations throughout the two-month journey.


Australia are the present holders of the Ashes ‘Urn’, after having drawn the earlier sequence 2-2 in England.

(With ANI inputs)

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