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Labuschagne ready for 'heaps of cricket' when sport resumes


SYDNEY: Australian run-machine Marnus Labuschagne is gearing up for a packed time table to make up for the time misplaced because of the COVID-19 pandemic once cricket resumes.

All cricket is on hold presently because of the pandemic sweeping throughout the globe with several tours and tournaments being both cancelled or postponed.

"There is going to be a lot of tours that will need to be made up," Labuschgne advised Australian Associated Press.

"There's going to be a whole heap of cricket in a very short time frame. We'll be making up for missed time, that schedule is just going to be packed."

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Australia's ODI sequence against New Zealand was once called off after the primary match, whilst the T20 World Cup is going through an uncertain long run.

With several tours being rescheduled in an already congested calendar, Labuschagne feels gamers will probably be expected to play a lot more than same old.


"It's going to be a bit different to what we're used to. We're going to have to be ready coming out of this break to play heaps and heaps of cricket."

The 25-year-old, who rose to fame after coming in as Steve Smith's concussion replace in the Ashes last yr, is disenchanted to look the English county season also suffer.


"It's very sad. I really enjoyed it last year. I loved Glamorgan, hence why I signed a two-year extension. It's disappointing to see them and England cricket in trouble," he stated.


Several boards like Cricket Australia are going through a financial crisis and the teen feels all of the cricket group must come together and do no matter is of their fingers to get the sport going again.


"It's our responsibility, cricket on the whole, to make sure once this period is over that we get games on television and get the sport started again. We need to support each other," he added.





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