Australia’s Marnus Labuschagne is bracing for “heaps and heaps of cricket” as soon as the COVID-19 pandemic subsides, the prolific prime order batsman mentioned on Saturday.
The worldwide well being disaster has halted worldwide sports activities, suspending a number of bilateral cricket collection and jeopardising this 12 months’s Twenty20 World Cup scheduled in October-November in Australia.
“There’s going to be a variety of excursions that can must be made up,” Labuschagne instructed Australian Related Press (AAP).
“There’s going to be an entire heap of cricket in a really quick timeframe. We’ll be making up for missed time, that schedule is simply going to be packed.
“It will be a bit totally different to what we’re used to. We will should be prepared popping out of this break to play heaps and heaps of cricket.”
The South Africa-born Labuschagne might be greatest ready for such a state of affairs, having been adjudged the busiest cricketer in an ESPNcricinfo evaluation final October.
The 25-year-old has been a revelation since stepping up as Steve Smith’s concussion substitute at Lord’s in final 12 months’s Ashes collection in England.
Within the subsequent collection towards Pakistan and New Zealand, the right-hander smashed 4 centuries in 5 assessments, together with a maiden double hundred in Sydney earlier this 12 months.
Labuschagne felt his Glamorgan stint helped him get higher as a batsman and lamented not having the ability to reunite with the county as skilled cricket stays suspended in England till at the very least July 1.
“I actually loved it final 12 months. I beloved Glamorgan, therefore why I signed a two-year extension,” he mentioned.
“It is disappointing to see them and England cricket in bother. It is our accountability, cricket on the entire, to ensure as soon as this era is over that we get video games on tv and get the game began once more. We have to assist one another.”