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Ben Stokes, Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins uncertain for IPL

Ben Stokes, Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins uncertain for IPL


CRICDOT DESK : The Cricket Management Board (BCCI) of India has extended the deadline for players to register for the IPL2022 auction. With the addition of two new teams and the old franchise already holding up to five players, BCCI is preparing for a mega auction. .. According to a Cricbuzz report, the Indian Cricket Commission has decided to extend the final date of player registration to January 20th.

The Mega IPL2022 auction will be held with 12 top players from England and the Isle of Mull in Australia to withdraw from the auction due to bio bubble fatigue. Players such as Ben Stokes, Mitchell Stark and Pat Cummins are still skeptical about participating in the next IPL season. England’s test captain Joe Root wants to focus on test cricket and can no longer participate in the auction.

“I didn’t (the name was offered to the auction), no, I think we have to do a lot for this team that deserves all the energy. I do it. I really want to have the opportunity to do it. I’m very interested in our test cricket and I’m trying to take us as much as I can, so I’ll keep making sacrifices as much as I can. ” After the second and final ash test, the English captain said.

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Meanwhile, BCCI has asked two new IPL franchises, which are said to be based in Ahmedabad and Lucknow, to complete the signatures of the three players by January 22nd. The deadline was set after the formal approval process for ownership of CVC Capital in the Ahmedabad franchise was completed.

However, with the increasing number of cases of Covid, there are concerns about whether the season will advance in India. However, BCCI is keen to run the league in the country. “We strive to have the Indian Premier League held in India. However, we will revisit this issue in March. What was Covid’s situation at the time? “Rajeev Shukla, vice president of BCCI, told ANI News Agency.

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