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Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Starc to discover quarantine fate on Monday

By contrast, Australian players – such as NSW’s David Warner, Pat Cummins and Steve Smith, and Victoria’s Glenn Maxwell – who chose to opt out of the white-ball tour and stay at home are training freely with their states under agreed bio-security protocols, regardless of whether their cities are currently locked down.

The domestic schedule is being heavily revised, with the Blues’ first game now likely to be a Sheffield Shield fixture against Victoria in Melbourne – following two weeks of hotel quarantine – in early October, rather than the originally scheduled pair of one-day domestic games in Perth in mid-September.

However, matches between Victoria and South Australia on September 11, SA and Tasmania on September 13, Victoria and Tasmania on September 15, and Western Australia and Queensland on September 16 are all still slated to go ahead as planned.

Australia’s…

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