Kevin Pietersen, a former captain of the United Kingdom.


Starting on December 8th in Brisbane, the Ashes will be played out.

There have been complaints from England players about the stringent quarantine regulations.

The Ashes are currently held by Australia.

A travel ban for the families of England cricket players was brought up during a diplomatic visit to Washington, DC, by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Many England players have expressed their concerns about the current Covid-19 protocols in place Down Under ahead of the upcoming Ashes series in Australia. The five-match Test series will begin on December 8 and run through January 18 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Kevin Pietersen, a former England captain, took to Twitter on Monday to express his thoughts on the situation. Pietersen discussed the difficulties that players have due to the need to be a part of ongoing bio-bubbles.

“This winter, there is no way in hell I’m going to The Ashes. There is absolutely NO WAY! Unless, of course, the absurd quarantine regulations are abolished and my family is allowed to travel freely once again. There’s no more use for bubbles for these players! COMPLETED! “Pietersen was the one who sent the tweet.

During a recent diplomatic trip to Washington, DC, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson brought up the issue of a travel ban on the families of England cricketers with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

Stuart Broad, England’s fast bowler, confirmed earlier this week that he will play in the upcoming Ashes series in Australia if he stays fit. Both the ECB and the CA are currently in negotiations to find a compromise on quarantine and living arrangements for the two-month journey.

Due to the previous series being tied 2-2 in England, Australia currently holds the ‘Urn’ for the Ashes.

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