IPL 2021: The second part of the Indian Premier League season 14 is going to be held in the UAE from 19 September. BCCI seems to be getting a big relief before the start of the second part. Such information has come to the fore that many players from Australia can be seen participating in the 14th season of IPL.
Australia’s star fast bowler Pat Cummins, however, has refused to play in the 14th season. But the players who have kept themselves out of Bangladesh and West Indies tour, their chances of playing in the tournament are very high. According to the report of Cricbuzz, about 20 players from Australia will be seen playing in the second part of IPL 14.
Pat Cummins, David Warner, Glenn Maxwell, Kane Richardson, Jay Richardson, Marcus Stoinis and Daniel Sam withdrew from the tour of West Indies and Bangladesh due to personal reasons. But due to the World Cup being held in the UAE itself, Cricket Australia has made preparations to allow these players to play in the IPL.
The situation will be clear by July 15
All the franchisees of the IPL have also told the BCCI that most of the foreign players are willing to play in the IPL. However, no official statement has been made by the BCCI on this matter. But all the teams are doing everything possible for the participation of foreign players in the tournament.
The Cricbuzz report claimed that the Board of Control for Cricket in India has also contacted the England and Wales Cricket Board regarding the IPL. The ECB has already announced that its players will not participate in the tournament if the IPL is played again this year. However, the BCCI is trying to persuade the ECB to change the decision.
The situation can be cleared by July 15 when foreign players of England and Australia play in the IPL. The BCCI will provide the option of replacement to the franchise in case a player withdraws.
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