Cricket Australia bans cricketers' haircuts in Big Bass League


Bangla Hunt Desk: Corona infection has reappeared in Sydney, Australia at the moment. The number of corona cases in Sydney is increasing day by day. That's why Cricket Australia has banned cricketers from cutting their hair in the Big Bash League.

As the number of corona attacks in Australia is on the rise again, the Australian Cricket Board is set to change some of the previous rules and bring in stricter ones. Australian star openers David Warner and Shaun Abbott were left out of the squad for the second Test despite being moved from Sydney to Melbourne due to strict Australian rules.

According to a Sydney-based media outlet, Cricket Australia does not want to shut down the domestic T20 league at the moment, despite the rise in corona infections. They have decided to continue the Big Bash League. Cricket Australia has imposed a number of strict rules on him. Cricketers who have participated in one of the Big Bash Leagues are no longer able to cut their hair. Also, if a cricketer brings food from outside, he will not have to wear the team's jersey to fetch the food and the food can be taken only if it has been pre-ordered.