Great to see England are coming: Finch

PTI, Oct 6, 2021, 3:02 PM IST

Melbourne: Australia’s T20 captain Aaron Finch has said it is “great to see they (England) are coming down” following reports that captain Joe Root and other players have given their consent to the Ashes tour to Australia later this year.

Finch, speaking before his team’s departure to the UAE for the ICC T20 World Cup, said on Wednesday “I sympathize fully with them, they have been dragged from pillar to post with their schedule”.

English media reported that some of the England players have had talks with Cricket Australia officials and are satisfied with the bubble-life conditions stipulated for the players and their families.

Earlier, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said in a press release that players have been given time till the end of this week to decide on traveling for the Ashes tour.



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