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ECB might Restrict England Players’ Participation in IPL

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CRICDOT DESK : The slump in British cricket players at Ash puts their participation in the next edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) at risk. Once known, the England and Wales Cricket Commission (ECB) is planning a complete review of England’s defeat down-under. According to a report by Mirror.co.uk, Cricket Director Ashley Giles has prepared a report containing some recommendations for improving many of the test teams. One idea is to exclude British cricket players from participating in the IPL.

India’s T20 League usually lasts two months, but this year it will be longer with the introduction of two new teams .. The 2022 IPL is expected to collide with the early stages of the summer English test as the knockout stage is likely to overlap with the initial test for New Zealand in June. The Player Auction IPL2022 will be held in February and will be attended by many players from the United Kingdom. So far, only Jos Buttler and Moen Ali have been hijacked by their respective franchises.

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Players participating in the IPL have also been found to be required to reduce their time in India so that they can play some domestic games in preparation for the New Zealand test. Meanwhile, former British players have consistently criticized current players for emphasizing IPL over international games. Former England captain Michael Atherton argued that cricketers should not miss the national chores of the Cash rich T20 League.

“Major multi-format players earn seven-digit amounts, but incredibly the ECB will wash hands for two months of the year during the Indian Premier League,” Atherton wrote in The Times column.

“The ECB complies with IPL requirements, but that’s the only 12-month contract, and the issuance of clearance certificates to participate in IPL and other franchise competitions gives them the best interests of the UK. We need to tell the players that we are dependent. The team, “he added.

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