IPL prediction 2023: ECB withdraws Harry Brooke from SA20 league

Harry Brooke has been withdrawn from the upcoming South African T20 League SA20 by the England Board. The decision was communicated by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) on Wednesday (December 28) to franchisees Joburg Super Kings and organizers Cricket South Africa (CSA). It seems to have come down to managing the workload.

“The ECB considers it too risky to allow him to play in SA20 as he has played in all three formats.We received a notice from the ECB last night,” said South African League. said Kasi Viswanathan, CEO of the Chennai Super Kings, which also owns the Johannesburg franchise. “We have to look for alternatives.”

Former England U-19 captain Brooke was sold for R2.1 million from the Cape Town franchise earlier this year.

However, Brook is expected to be part of the three-match ODI series between South Africa and England midway through the first season of T20 competition, which runs from 10 January to 11 February. His three ODIs will take place on his February 27th, 29th and 1st.

The ECB’s decision is unlikely to affect his IPL 2023 signings, with Sunrisers his Hyderabad fending off heavy pursuit from Rajasthan his Royals to bring the inform Englishman to his INR 13.25m mark. purchased at

CSK veteran player Fafdu His Presi serves as the team’s skipper and long-time CSK coach Stephen Fleming is head of his coaching staff. Alby Morkel and Eric Simmons have been part of the CSK side at one point and part of the support team which also includes Nandir Tiari and Wandil Guayu.

A league spokesman told Cricbuzz that SA20 has been in contact with the England board and has no definitive answer on the matter, and there was no immediate response from the ECB.

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