Several prime worldwide cricketers are scrambling to return home after the Twenty20 match was suspended indefinitely on Tuesday.
“We have been working on their travel plans in consultation with their respective boards so that each of them reach home safely,” the BCCI official stated requesting anonymity.
“Some of them will return home tomorrow.”
IPL chairman Brijesh Patel stated the league would facilitate a clean passage for all of the foreigners.
“Franchises will make their arrangement to send them back. We will extend whatever help is required,” Patel informed Reuters by phone.
His assurance however, present journey restrictions make it an advanced course of for a lot of, particularly the 40-odd Australian contingent, together with 14 gamers, in India.
Australia has banned travellers from India, together with its personal residents, from coming into the nation till May 15.
Cricket Australia couldn’t carry excellent news for the likes of Steve Smith and David Warner in an announcement with the Australian Cricketers’ Association.
“CA and the ACA respect the decision of the Australian Government to pause travel from India until at least May 15 and will not seek exemptions,” it stated.
The Australian board stated it was “in direct contact” with the BCCI “to ensure the safe accommodation and repatriation of Australian players, coaches, match officials and commentators back home to Australia”.
ESPNCricinfo reported that some of the Australian contingent may head to the Maldives and wait there till they get the go-forward to return home.
Hyderabad participant and Australia opener Warner shared on his Instagram web page a sketch of his household by his daughter with the message: “Please daddy come home straight away. We miss you a lot and love you.”
Former Test participant and commentator Michael Slater, stranded within the Maldives, had earlier criticised the ban on arrivals from India, saying Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison has “blood” on his fingers.
Returning can even not be easy for England’s World Cup-winning captain Eoin Morgan, who leads IPL’s Kolkata franchise, and 10 of his compatriots.
Britain added India to its journey “red-list” final month, which suggests the English contingent can have to quarantine for 10 days in a resort.
The England and Wales Board (ECB) stated it was in contact with the English contingent “as arrangements are put in place for them to return home safely.
“The ECB …thanks the BCCI for its dedication to do all the things in its powers to organize for the safe and protected passage of all these collaborating within the competitors,” an ECB spokesperson stated.
The South African cricket board stated it was making preparations to carry again its gamers and help workers from India.