Like most main sports activities internationally, elite cricket is on lockdown, with the likes of Curran and his twin brother Tom sidelined final weekend when the English home season was due to start.
Eoin Morgan, England’s World Cup-winning captain just lately recommended video games with out spectators as soon as restrictions begin to be lifted might carry morale as televised occasions and all-rounder Curran actually sees the attraction.
“There’s a lot of talk about sporting events taking place behind closed doors and I’m sure now any sportsman would love to just be playing sport, whether that’s with fans or not,” he stated.
“I’d love to be taking part in. Hopefully you may nonetheless get the TV rights so individuals can watch from dwelling and issues like that.
“I would not thoughts taking part in behind closed doors as a result of it is a recreation that we love however it might be very totally different with no followers.
“We haven’t had much communication [with the governing bodies]. It’s taken day by day and I think behind closed doors is something they will be looking into.”
One mooted resolution for any revised cricket schedule is England’s Test and restricted overs groups taking part in matches on the identical day.
This association would theoretically work simply tremendous for the Currans, given Sam has established himself as a Test fixture, whereas right-arm seamer Tom was a member of Morgan’s triumphant squad final 12 months.
Tom Curran retains ambitions within the longer format, having made a pair of Test appearances throughout England’s 2017-18 Ashes Tour, however his standing as a T20 gun-for-hire means his alternatives have been restricted by way of urgent a case to be part of his brother in Joe Root’s squad.
“I’ve only played a couple of Test matches and definitely have huge Test ambitions still,” he stated, having made 38 worldwide limited-overs appearances.
“It’s only a robust one, taking part in a lot white ball up to now couple of years. I’ve not truly performed a variety of pink ball cricket at Surrey. To get again within the Test aspect with out taking part in home red-ball championship cricket is difficult.
“Last year we had the build up to the World Cup and the focus was on white-ball cricket, and rightly so. Now it’s just about balancing it, developing my skills and awaiting my chance.”
Likewise, Sam’s 17 Test caps are weighted in opposition to 4 and 5 in ODIs and T20 respectively.
“As Tom said, it’s obviously a dream,” he stated concerning the prospect of turning into the primary brothers to play a Test alongside each other for England since fellow Surrey alumni Adam and Ben Hollioake.
“At the second I’m taking part in the Tests and he is taking part in one days, however the dream is to play all three codecs collectively.
“We’ve played a couple of one-dayers together but hopefully in the years to come we are regulars in all three formats. Playing with your brother is an extra special feeling.”