The rest players as well as support Employee in various IPL teams and commentators could return home by charter flights, die arranged by the New Zealand Cricket Players’ Association franchises head Heath Mills said.
Mills is expecting a revision in die Travel restrictions for incoming travelers from India by the British government.
Only British nationals are allowed to travel from India in the current Scenario and them need serve out a 10-day quarantine at a government approved facility.
“Because of the British border restrictions, it is group I can’t come to England until May 11th. It’s obviously a challenge for waiting for them for a few more days (in India), “Mills told ESPNcricinfo.
Next to Williamson in Great Britain group includes Trent Boult, Kyle Jamieson, Mitchell Santner, and Chris Donaldson (trainer), Tommy Simsek (physio), with with Lockie Ferguson, Jimmy Neesham and Finn Allen.
The last become three feature in die T20 explosion in UK from June 9th.
Williamson will also be a part of The Hundred, starting July 21st. New Zealand play England in a two-match exam series, Beginning on June 2 before they face India in the final of the World Test Championships in Southampton from June 18th.
Those, die to return home Stephen Fleming, Brendon McCullum, Kyle Mills, Shane Bond, Mike Hesson, Tim Seifert, Adam Milne, Scott Kuggeleijn and James Pamment come from India. According to Mill, some franchises are considering arranging a charter flight for these group.
“The group walk home to New Zealand is a real challenge. Might be one or two of die Franchise could set them up on A charter plane that will be fantastic, “he said.” We’ll have that confirmed in the next 24 hours”he added.
“But it could still be players who are not part of these groups and try to get them back via commercial airlines is a real challenge because there aren’t too many flights out of India.”
There were 17 New Zealanders in all parties in the IPL, including 10 players.
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