Perth Scorchers thier 5 Home Matches Due to Covid-19
Perth Scorchers: The covid-19 has impacted all people globally; it has caused many stress, anxiety, and mental health issues in society. Coronavirus was at its extreme in the years 2019 and 2020.
All of the International matches and league matches were getting cancelled as the players were getting infected; it was a frightening time for all the people in the world.
The T20 world cup in 2020 was also cancelled and pulled off in the year 2021. The BBL matches were also called off due to the coronavirus happening worldwide.
The IPL was about to start in 202O, was rescheduled to 2021. After some rounds of the IPL in 2021, some players got infected, and the remaining season was banned and continued after a few months in September 2021.
Crowds were not present for two consecutive years due to the coronavirus issue; people were said to maintain distance and wear masks.
We all know the importance of crowds in the cricketing field. The sixes and the dismissals become more interesting after the Cheer of Crowd
The Cricket management introduced the role of the crowds once again. With proper guidance, and made the cricket sport more interesting and Entertaining. In the current stage of the sport, health is the main priority; players are first quarantined and get themselves checked to play and represent respective sides.
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COVID Come and Disturbs Cricket Once Again
Thirteen matches have been played in the 11 seasons of Big Bash Premier League 2021.
The Big Bash season 11 started on December 5 and would continue to last for a long tournament until January 28, 2020.
Perth scorchers were all set to play their next match in their hometown, but they lost their five remaining home games because of the covid Issues.
Perth Scorchers team management has addressed that one of their members has been tested positive for coronavirus. So they want to take precautionary measures with taking care of the health issues protecting the players in the best possible way.
The last five matches are about to happen in Perth Scorchers hometown; now got rescheduled to play at Optus Stadium in Perth on December 20. It is now the new home stadium of the Perth Scorchers.
The next match of Perth scorchers is Against the Hobbat hurricanes and in their new home ground at Optus stadium.
The Australian authority general manager, Alistar Dobson, said that they are aware that players’ health is more crucial. He said that currently, Perth Scorchers members got infected from coronavirus. It is important to secure and safeguard our players. Also, it is a very disappointing moment for all the cricket fans and the Perth Scorchers side.
Playing in your home ground is always an advantage to hold for your side when representing the cricket sport. Hence I would like to appreciate and am thankful to all the Perth Scorchers management, broadcasters’ partners, Venue Deciders, and players to consider the decision and seek a healthy and disease-free environment.
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Upcoming Matches of Perth Scorchers
The Perth Scorchers Would Be Facing the Hobart Hurricanes in their Next Match of BBL 2021-22
Perth Scorchers Playing Eleven
- Matthew Wade (Captain And Wicketkeeper)
- Darcy Arcy Short
- Peter Handscomb
- Caleb Jewell
- Tim David
- Jordan Thompson
- Nathan Ellis
- Joel Paris
- Thomas Rogers
- Sandeep Lamichhane
- Josh Kann
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Hobart Hurricane Playing 11
- Colin Munro
- Cameron Bancroft (Wicket-keeper)
- Kurtis Patterson
- Laurie Evans
- Ashton Turner (Captain)
- Aaron Hardie
- Ashton Agar
- Andrew Tye
- Matthew Kelly
- Jason Behrendorff
- Peter Hatzoglou
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