The BBL match: Despite having played in the ACT and NSW, the Heat and. Hurricanes will be permitted to travel to Perth to play under tight biosecurity standards, which is a positive omen for the Perth Ashes Test.
Due to Western Australia‘s Covid border limitations, Cricket Australia has been obliged to transfer one. BBL fixture out of Perth, but has secured two home games for the. Perth Scorchers at the start of the season. The match between the Scorchers and the Adelaide Strikers, which was planned for December 11 at Perth Stadium, has been rescheduled for the Sydney Showgrounds in New South Wales, according to CA. The game will begin at 9.30 p.m. AEDT, which is 6.30 p.m.
AWST. The Showgrounds, unlike the SCG, do not have a light curfew, which permits. CA to play the match so late because it is part of a double-header that follows the fourth day of the first Ashes Test in Brisbane.
The BBL match: The reason for the change is that the Strikers will travel to. Victoria on December 7 to face the Melbourne Renegades, three days before the. Scorchers match, and the Western Australian government currently classifies Victoria as an extreme risk jurisdiction under their. Covid protocols, with no one being allowed entry into WA if they have spent the previous 14 days in Victoria.
New South Wales was originally categorized as an extreme risk jurisdiction, but it has subsequently been reclassified as a high risk state, allowing people to enter. WA but imposing a 14-day quarantine. In the Australian Capital Territory, which is a medium-risk jurisdiction, quarantine is necessary.
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