The Indian Cricket Control Board (BCCI) has informed franchisees of the availability of players for the 2023 Indian Premier League (IPL). It turned out that players from other countries, except Sri Lankans and Bangladeshis, participated in the entire tournament period. In particular, players from Australia and England can fully participate in the IPL. And that’s despite the upcoming Ashes series from mid-June.
The news could come as a huge relief to the IPL teams, which had predicted limited or conditional NOCs for the England and Australian players in the Ashes Series, a big deal for their traditional and oldest cricket rivals. .
“Full availability. Players selected for the ODI series against Afghanistan will be available from 30 March. Players to play the Sheffield Shield final will be available from 28 March,” said the BCCI. An email about an Australian player. For an English player, the communiqué contains only two words:
“Full availability.” Unless there is a final change, Ben Stokes plans to play his full IPL.
According to the Mail, the Bangladeshi player selected for the Irish Series will participate in the IPL for a limited time. “A player selected for the Irish Series will be available from 8 April until he is available until 1 May,” the email reads. According to the BCCI, the Sri Lankan players are due to arrive from his 8th April, with teams like Royal Challengers Bangalore missing key his player Wanindu Hasaranga in the first few games. means
Players from other countries, primarily New Zealand, South Africa and the West Indies, should be available throughout the tournament, and as previously reported, the IPL is set to begin on his April 1st. Tanoush Kotian on Suspicious Behavior List
Meanwhile, the franchise was informed that Mumbai Indians’ leading bowler Tanoush Kotian has been added to the player’s list of suspicious activities. He played a key role in Mumbai’s innings win.
BCCI said Apoorv Wankhede (Vidarbha), Chirag Gandhi (Gujarat) and Ramakrishna Ghosh (Maharashtra), along with MI crank Rohan Kunnummal (Kerala), have been reported for suspicious activity and will face charges if called again. He said there is a risk of getting banned. Players banned from bowling are Manish Pandey (Karnataka), Aman Jaffer (MCA), writtick Chatterjee (CAB) and Azim Kazi from Maharashtra.