IPL 2021: Australian players will be out of the second part

IPL 2021: The second part of Indian Premier League Season 14 will take place in the United Arab Emirates in September. But now it’s almost clear that outside of England Australian players won’t be seen playing in the second part of IPL season 14 either. Aaron Finch, the captain of the Limited Overs team, has said that it would be very difficult for the Australian players. find a place in the IPL 2021

Indeed, Aaron Finch is shocked by the decision of the players who have withdrawn their name from the tour of the West Indies and Bangladesh. There are seven players, including Cummins and Warner, who will not be part of the limited series against the West Indies and Bangladesh due to the bio bubble.

Finch told former wicket hitter Adam Gilchrist: “It’s my personal point of view. I think it will be difficult for him to justify playing in the second half of the IPL. Because the workload for the T20 World Cup and the national season in the times to come, that’s too much.

Remaining IPL 14 matches will be played in UAE

The second part of the postponed IPL will be held in Abu Dhabi from September 18 to October 10, while the T20 World Cup will be held from October 18 to November 15. Finch said: “It’s a difficult situation that everyone has been placed in but personally I would be hard pressed to know how difficult it is mentally and for your family. Pat Cummins and David Warner, it’s been a long time for them. “The plan was that he didn’t go on this tour from the start.”

The Australian team will depart for the tour of the West Indies on June 28, where they will play five T20s and three ODIs. By this, he is due to play five T20 matches on the Bangladesh tour from August 2-10.

Earlier, the England and Wales Cricket Board announced the withdrawal of its players from the second part of the IPL 14 season. However, the BCCI is ready to move forward in reducing the fees of players who have withdrawn from the season. second season of the IPL 2021. .

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