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Bubble life the ‘new norm’ for Australia’s international cricketers


Some of Australia’s cricketers will have spent five consecutive months in biosecurity bubbles when the Test series against India concludes.

McDonald has been several in biosecurity bubbles since he flew to Europe for Australia’s short-format series against England in August.

The 39-year-old served as head coach for Steve Smith’s Rajasthan Royals in the postponed Indian Premier League before returning home in time for the three-match ODI series against India.

Although some members of the…



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