Australia fast bowler spearhead Pat Cummins has participated in only one KFC Big Bash League (BBL) match so far due to his busy schedule. But, the star bowler expressed his desire to be featured again in the tenth season of the league.
Cummins hoped that despite the COVID-19 affected schedule, Cricket Australia will be able to find a window for the much anticipated and audience puller KFC Big Bash League’.
We’ll wait and see how the schedule comes up
Pat Cummins who was uncontracted last year due to his international commitments, said that he will love to play the season since league officials look to get more involvement from Australia’s international stars.
“It’s a great tournament, I’d love to be a part of it again, I love watching it even when I’m not playing,” quoted cricket.com.au as saying Cummins.
However, he maintained that playing all the formats and matches would be a bit difficult due to the busy international schedule and said that he would wait for the schedules to come up.
“We’ll wait and see how the schedule comes up,” added the quick bowling star.
Warner has also the same piece of Opinion
Cummins’ opinion on playing the Big Bash league is quite similar to his team mate David Warner, who a few days ago said that he will made a decision on the basis of upcoming fixtures.
“All my decisions are based around how much playing and touring I’m doing in the summer,” Warner said of his Big Bash options, said Warner a few days ago.
A busy Schedule awaits CA
Notably, Australia is going to have a comparatively busy schedule post COVID-19 era. Cricket Australia’s top priority for the summer is the Border-Gavaskar Test series against India that would pit two of Test cricket’s heavyweights against each other.
Hosting the T20 World Cup, a Test against Afghanistan and white-ball games against India (home) and New Zealand (home and away) are also in the list making the Big Bash window tougher for Cricket Australia.
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