Many Australian team players may fail the first home season test in November if the team reaches the T20 World Cup final, as they would not be able to complete the quarantine on arrival from the United Arab Emirates (UAE)). at the time of starting the test.
Australia will open the season against Afghanistan in a one-off test, which begins on November 27. The T20 World Cup takes place from October 17 to November 14 in the UAE. There will be only a 13-day difference between the end of the T20 World Cup and the start of the one-off test.
Assuming Australia reaches the final of the tournament, some of the best multi-format players like Pat Cummins,, Steve Smith, David Warner and Mitchell Stark will continue to carry out their mandatory 14-day hotel quarantine period when the test against Afghanistan begins in Hobart.
Australia plays England in the ashes which begins on December 8 in Gaba, Brisbane.
Some of the best Australian players have already retired from the white ball series in the West Indies and Bangladesh before the T20 World Cup.
The series against the West Indies, which includes five T20 Internationals and three one-day Internationals, begins on July 9 and ends on July 24. Australians are due to tour Bangladesh in August.