Tuesday, October 19, 2021

This big problem faced by Australian players to play in IPL !, know everything

New Delhi The 14th season of the IPL will be played in India, with which all the teams have started preparations. The IPL was held in Dubai instead of India in the year 2020 due to the Corona era. Now again, the rumor of IPL has started intensifying, for which players will bid on February 16.

Some teams have shown the way out to many players, due to which teams will be seen changing. Australia players have a big participation in the IPL, that is, the captains of two teams from the same country in the last season. This time, the Australian players may have to face a lot of trouble to play in the IPL.

The big news is that Cricket Australia (CA) will give a No Objection Certificate i.e. NOC to their players participating in this year’s IPL 2021. CA’s interim chairman Nick Hawkley confirmed this on Wednesday. The last season of the IPL was attended by 19 Australian players.

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The upcoming season of the IPL is expected to be in India in the second week of April. Nick Hockley told the Sydney Morning Herald that the IPL proved its bio-safe environment last year. When applications come to us, we will consider every case on the basis of their merit.

The players’ agent said on Wednesday that the IPL would be held during Cricket Australia’s official break and that the Cricket Board initially indicated that it would sign the NOC, unless personal injury issues were considered. Australia has canceled its tour of South Africa for the three-match Test series to be held in March.


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