Steven Smith is disappointed by the absence of spectators
The upcoming series will be played in a stadium without spectators. And with that in mind, former Australia captain Steven Smith is disappointed by the absence of spectators. Still, he is fully prepared to play. “Whatever the situation, I’m looking forward to getting back on the field,” Smith said as he left Sydney for England.
The Australian cricket team has arrived in England to play T20 and ODI series. Steven Smith is coming on the field for the first time after the break of Corona. Due to the corona, the matches of the Australia-England series will be held in the biological safety fence in compliance with all protocols and in the empty gallery. Earlier, the English returned to cricket after the Test against the West Indies.
There will be no spectators on the field. Don’t make him angry by calling him a fake. Even after beating the eggs, the audience who tried to annoy Smith felt remorse in Smith’s voice. “Unfortunately there will be no visitors in the gallery to lay eggs or motivate me,” he said. However, there will be many eyes on the television screen, so the issue of returning to the field is going to add a different dimension.