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Cricket stars to push for relaxation of bubble restrictions as angst grows over hub life

There are also fears among players much of that time will be spent under even more onerous quarantine conditions as they are visiting places where COVID-19 is far more widespread than in Australia. England players on the current tour of South Africa are only able to leave their hotel to train and play.

Warner, Smith and Josh Hazlewood have all questioned whether players can maintain their schedule under the current climate.

David Warner is among a group of Australian players to exit hotel quarantine on Thursday.Credit:Getty Images

Discussions are yet to formally begin but the Australian Cricketers Association will call for players to be allowed to stay at their home while in their home city instead of CA’s international men’s hub.

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