Michael Vaughan: Cricket Australia must get proactive amidst Covid-19 cases


Former England skipper Michael Vaughan on Monday said Cricket Australia should act proactively in the wake of the COVID scare on Day Two of the ongoing Boxing Day Test here and consider moving the Sydney tie to Melbourne.

The second day of play on Monday was delayed by half-an-hour following multiple positive cases within the England camp. “I think Cricket Australia have to act quickly and be proactive in terms of the situation. It’s unprecedented times,” said Vaughan. “Could the next Test be played here in Melbourne, under lights at the MCG, to make sure we all stay in Victoria where the protocols are different to Sydney? Do we want to risk taking two teams over to Sydney, broadcast and production staff? You get to the SCG, there’s one case in the team on Day One and the Test is off,” he added.

Two members of the England support staff and two of their family members returned positive in Rapid Antigen Tests. “Cricket Australia have to be proactive and realise that it’s not going to be easy staying here with what we’ve seen this morning,” Vaughan said. 


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