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Aussie cricketers in India don’t expect ‘free rides’ to get home, Todd Greenberg says

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Australian Cricketers Association CEO Todd Greenberg says cricketers in India are not expecting any special treatment from the federal government.

All direct passenger flights from India have been suspended until May 15 due to the surge in COVID-19 cases.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has made it clear there will be no special arrangements made to bring Australian cricket players home.

Australian Cricketers Association CEO Todd Greenberg told Ben Fordham the goal is to get the players, who want to return, home safely.

“One thing I can tell you … there’s no free rides or any expectations of that from our players.”

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