Australian spinner Nathan Lyon has opined his views on the importance of Ashes going ahead as per scheduled and wasn’t bothered much by quarantines when it comes to the country. England has been reluctant to go ahead with the series unless Cricket Australia makes arrangements for the player’s families to also accompany them.
However, the bio bubble restrictions might not be a big factor at the moment and the series is ready to undergo as scheduled. But there might be players who could miss out on the squad due to injury as well as the bio bubble fatigue. The Ashes takes place during Christmas time and players would want to be with their families.
Nathan Lyon Getting 100 Percent Ready For The Ashes
Nathan Lyon mentioned that he is expecting a full-strength English side which hasn’t been the case so far in the series against India. The likes of Jofra Archer and Ben Stokes are ruled out of the series already and this will mean a big blow to the side. He also told about the importance of Ashes in making a player’s career and added that his preparations have started already.
“I’m expecting a full-strength England side to come out,” he said.
“Ashes series are the types of series that make people’s careers, so I’m 100 percent getting ready for the Ashes and the first Test at the Gabba.”
“An Ashes series is extremely special, so we’re looking forward to a fantastic summer ahead.” Lyon told
Nathan Lyon Excited To Be Part Of Ashes
Nathan Lyon explained the value of Ashes and termed it to be the “pinnacle” for Australian cricket. He was aware of the comments that would b flying around during the series and was very excited to be part of it.
“It’s the pinnacle for Australian cricket.”
“No doubt there’ll be some comments flying around and creating a bit of theatre, which I’m all for,” Lyon said.
“It should be a lot of fun.” He added
Nathan Lyon hasn’t played a cricket match since April and he is scheduled to play the entire Sheffield Series with New South Wales.