SYDNEY: Australian run-machine Marnus Labuschagne is preparing for any packed schedule to compensate for time lost because of the COVID-19 pandemic once cricket resumes.
All cricket is on hold at this time because of the pandemic sweeping with the globe with several tours and tournaments being either cancelled or postponed.
“There’s likely to be lots of tours that will have to be composed,” Labuschgne told Australian Connected Press.
“There’s likely to be an entire heap of cricket in an exceedingly short time period. I will be creating for missed time, that schedule is simply likely to be packed.”
“It will likely be a little dissimilar to what we are accustomed to. We are going to need to prepare yourself appearing out of this break to experience heaps and loads of cricket.”
The 25-year-old, who rose to fame after arriving as Steve Smith’s concussion substitute within the Ashes this past year, is disappointed to determine the British county season also suffer.
“It is extremely sad. I truly enjoyed it this past year. I loved Glamorgan, hence why I signed a 2-year extension. It’s disappointing to determine them and England cricket in danger,” he stated.
Several boards like Cricket Australia are facing an economic crisis and also the kid feels the whole cricket community may come together and do whatever is within their hands to obtain the sport going again.
“It’s our obligation, cricket overall, to make certain once this era has ended that people get games on tv and obtain the game began again. We have to support one another,” he added.