Cricket Australia (CA) revealed on Thursday that Steve Smith was following a 'concussion protocol' on account of a head damage, which is essential to his return to cricket within the Indian Premier League (IPL). Cricket Australia additionally clarified that it's going to not compromise on the health of the captain of IPL franchise Rajasthan Royals. The Australian Board mentioned it's working intently with the Royals to make sure Steve Smith's return to cricket. Smith didn't play within the ODI collection in opposition to England on account of a head damage throughout observe. Team proprietor made T20I debut in Afghanistan League, banned after enjoying one match "When it involves the affect of a head damage, Cricket Australia has strict tips as we have now seen within the final 12 months and we're in settlement with this," Cricket Australia's Department of Sports Sciences head Alex Contouris mentioned in an announcement. is not going to do.'' "Steve is progressing effectively and is coming again to the sport to be related to our medical group by way of the Kinksan protocol," he mentioned. Apart from Smith, the England and Australia cricketer arrived right here on Thursday night time (UAE time) Will go They will then stay on quarantine for six days, which implies that they will be unable to play the match until 23 September. The Royals first match is on September 22 in opposition to Chennai Super Kings. IPL 2020: England and Australia cricketers might be on quarantine for 36 hours after coming back from UK Smith suffered a head damage previous to the primary ODI in Manchester. He has recovered, however shouldn't be but totally match to play aggressive cricket. Contouris mentioned that the franchise and Cricket Australia will work collectively on Smith's health as soon as he arrives within the UAE.