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Kane Williamson is the captain of Sunrisers Hyderabad and Boult is the strike bowler of the Mumbai Indians team. The absence of these two will have a big impact on their franchise.
Good news has come out for the IPL franchise. The New Zealand team, which won the World Test Championship, has allowed its players to play IPL Phase 2. According to media reports, a franchise has confirmed this. It has said that 8 players playing from different teams will be available during the window. The remaining 31 matches of IPL will be played in UAE from 19 September to 15 October.
8 players from New Zealand in IPL 2021
8 important players like Kane Williamson, Trent Boult, Kyle Jameson and Mitchell Santner play in IPL. However, during this time New Zealand also has to play a series against Pakistan. In such a situation, some Kiwi players may have to choose between National Commitment and IPL. However, according to cricket.com, New Zealand players have given their nod to the league.
Talking to England and Australian players
A franchise official told Cricket.com that his arrival is a great relief to us. The BCCI is currently in talks with the England and Australian Cricket Board as well. Both these boards say that April-May is reserved for IPL. In such a situation, his players cannot be present all the time. His point is also justified and there is a right to protest. But we have been given yes by the Kiwi players.
Many franchises could have suffered
Williamson is the captain of the Sunrisers Hyderabad franchise. At the same time, Boult is an important part of the pace attack of Mumbai Indians. Considering Jameson’s current form, the Royal Challengers Bangalore franchise could benefit greatly. Without them, the balance of the team will also be affected a lot.
England refuses to send players
The England Cricket Board (ECB) has already refused to send its players for the remaining matches. At the same time, Cricket Australia is also refraining from saying anything on this. However, according to media reports, Pat Cummins has already refused for IPL Phase 2.
Australian players can’t even play
Australia’s limited overs captain Aaron Finch had also hinted at many players not playing IPL. He had said that our next schedule is going to be very tiring. In such a situation, Australian players cannot play. This news was also approved by the Chairman of Selectors of Australia. He had said that Cricket Australia is thinking of conducting a tri-series during the IPL window.