Chris Woakes: England was “desperate” to go to Australia later this year for their fifth Ashes series. All-rounder Chris Woakes said although some players had raised concerns about the COVID19 records for the tour.
Woakes has been named to England’s 17-person team for the series. Which opens in Brisbane on December 8, after England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB). Confirmed that the pre-trip tour would go ahead in critical condition.
- Woakes was named in England’s 17-member squad for the series that begins in Brisbane
- ECB confirmed the tour subject to critical conditions being met before they travel
- Cricket Australia, the ECB and Australian authorities have been negotiating for months over touring conditions
Cricket Australia, the ECB, and the Australian authorities have been negotiating travel conditions for months. In a country where international visitors must be isolated in quarantine hotels. For 14 days, regardless of their COVID19 vaccination status.
“But we want to be under the best sort of conditions possible. So we can still live our lives outside of cricket.”
“Until you have been in that situation and done it over and over again, the novelty wears off,” Woakes said. “Some people get it, some people don’t, and that is fine — everyone is entitled to their view.
“But until you have been in it and experienced it over again, it is hard to have a say on it.”
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