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When protection becomes prison: Cricket’s trouble with bubbles – Sydney Morning Herald

Some Australian cricketers will spend six months in the quasi isolation of bio-secure hubs. It can’t be healthy.

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If you cant feel a pang for Smith personally, at least consider what part this might be playing in the collapse of his form. No offence to the Australian coach, but on those sleepless nights Smith must wish he had someone other to turn to than Justin Langer.
Its not over yet, not nearly. In Adelaide and Melbourne, the Test squad has been on a looser rein, but will go back into strict quarantine for the Sydney and Brisbane encounters. Then theres the rest of the BBL season. Then, from mid-February,…

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