Prediction in IPL: IPL 2023: Following a major Mumbai Indians setback, Cricket Australia has announced a policy that ‘Cameron Green may not throw the ball until his 13th April’.

IPL 2023 – Mumbai Indians Cameron Greene:
Mumbai Indians (MI) fans won’t be too happy to read this. MI said he spent 17.5 credits to buy Cameron Green’s all-around skill in his recently closed IPL auction. However, according to some reports, the Australian all-rounder won’t be bowling at MI until April 13th. TOI reports that cricket he will play only as a batsman for Mumbai until that time slot, in line with Australia’s workload management guidelines.

The report claims that BCCI has given all franchises advance notice of Cricket Australia’s policies. According to TOI’s report, BCCI CEO and IPL COO Hemang Amin wrote in a memo to 10 franchises on the morning of the auction:

Green, 23, is currently undergoing treatment for an injured finger. He has already been ruled out of the third test between Australia and South Africa, which starts Wednesday.

It’s worth noting that IPL his franchise is already in bondage and mixed up with his BCCI instructions this Sunday.

Amid growing injury problems, BCCI has instructed the NCA to work with IPL franchises to monitor player fitness and manage workload during the 2023 IPL.The Indian Cricket Board said in a review At the meeting, we opted for some tough measures to better manage our workload and injuries. NCA will keep in touch with the franchise. This means that players like Ravindra Jadeja, Jasprit Burmah and Hardik Pandya will only have “conditional NOCs” in the tournament.

The dictation could very well see some of the star players rotating or resting during the IPL in 2023. IPL teams spend millions of rupees on their players and have a history of injuries. This is a blow as they are forced to bench players.The list includes Mumbai Indians captain and vice-captain Rohit Sharma and Jasprit Bumla, to name a few. increase. In addition, CSK he also remembers Deepak Chahar and Ravindra Jadeja. All four players are crucial to India’s 2023 World Cup ambitions. Gujarat Titans captain Hardik Pandya also needs to rest.

BCCI has nominated 20 players for his 2023 World Cup in October. To protect the player, BCCI asked his NCA to work with his IPL team on workload management. Apart from Yo-Yo testing, the BCCI mandated Dexha testing for all returning players after an injury layoff. With the 2023 World Cup fast approaching, BCCI asked the NCA to take matters into their own hands. As per instructions, the NCA, led by VVS Laxman, will be in contact with all his IPL franchises to manage the player workload. High-risk players like Jadeja and Hardik Pandya only received conditional NOCs. Hardik himself missed several games last year to deal with an injury with the Gujarat Titans.

BCCI hinted at the plan at his IPL franchise meeting last month ahead of the auction. The Indian Board has always maintained a list of signed target players throughout the tournament. Although the DICTATION was not formally passed, the NCA is believed to have been involved in the process.

India are struggling to retain their best players in 2022. Star players Ravindra Jadeja and Jasprit Bumrah lack action. Captain Rohit Sharma also missed the South African tour and the fifth Test in England. Deepak was also plagued with injuries to Chahar, Washington his Thunder, Mohammad Shami and KL Rahul.

Hardik and others, however, make the biggest gains in the IPL. Considering how important every game is in the playoff race, franchises are likely to protest as well.So teams didn’t pay 10 million rupees to let their star players play just 10 games. can be argued. Jadeja from his CSK he will collect Rs 1.6 crore and Hardik Pandya from Gujarat Titans he will get Rs 1.5 crore.

Franchise officials added that the new ruling would be a double-edged sword for the team.But they acknowledged that since they create an IPL, not a franchise, they need to look after their players. India is set for an action-packed year with the Border Gavaskar Trophy, Asian Cup and over 50 World Cups. The IPL runs his April-May, with each team playing in a home-and-away format.

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