sport news Dom Bess insists an England Ashes call-up would be hard to resist despite being ...

sport news Dom Bess insists an England Ashes call-up would be hard to resist despite being ...
sport news Dom Bess insists an England Ashes call-up would be hard to resist despite being ...
Dom Bess insists an England Ashes call-up would be hard to resist despite the prospect of being away from loved ones for four months - with Yorkshire off-spinner back in fold after being axed last winter Players could spend four months away from their families due to Ashes tour  Jos Buttler and Mark Wood have spoken publicly about the daunting prospect Australia’s borders are set to remain closed to non-nationals until 2022

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Dom Bess says he couldn't reject an Ashes tour place, regardless of whether families are permitted to travel to Australia this winter.

As Sportsmail exclusively revealed last month, multi-format players are increasingly anxious about being on the road from mid-September to mid-January without seeing their loved ones.

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Established stars Jos Buttler and Mark Wood have both spoken publicly about how they and others would find that prospect hard. Both have young children. 

Yorkshire off-spinner Dom Bess is back in the England fold after being axed last winter

Yorkshire off-spinner Dom Bess is back in the England fold after being axed last winter

However, Yorkshire off-spinner Bess said: ‘Obviously, I don’t know what will be happening or what Australia and their regulations are – but I think if your name was on the ticket and you were going to an Ashes series as a 24-year-old, you would never, ever turn that down.

‘I think it would be very tough leaving family and supporters behind but it is an Ashes series away from home, something you dream of - playing against Australia in Australia

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