IPL 2021 Phase 2 – IPL Squad Submission Deadline: The Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) and the Governing Council of IPL had set a deadline of August 20 for franchises to present the final team for the remaining 31 matches of IPL 2021 in the United Arab Emirates. Deadlines end today at 5pm IST. What will the final squads be, what new players will get IPL contracts, and who will not participate in IPL this year? Follow all updates LIVE on InsideSport.co
@ 8: 00 AM – IPL 2021 Phase 2 – IPL team submission deadline:Nathan Eliss from Australia has received an IPL contract. He has just been named to the Australian team for the T20 World Cup and according to available information he landed an IPL contract last night.
He was hunted by three IPL franchises for the next tournament before reaching a deal with an unidentified team Thursday night.
@ 7:30 AM: Final IPL Teams: At 5pm today, each franchise must present its final squads to the IPL Governing Council. The information we are collecting is: IPL teams have signed some new names that will be revealed soon by InsideSport.co
@ 5AM IS: The IPL 2021 squad submission deadline ends on Fridaybut franchises are still waiting for the final YES or NO from some players like Jos Butler, Steve Smith and a few others – check out Players yet to be confirmed.
IPL 2021 squad submission deadline ends today, check the final squads of each franchise, new players – follow updates live
Now that the deadline is ending today, some franchises are in a bind. With the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and Cricket Australia (CA) leaving it to players to decide on the return of the IPL, some franchises, even as late as Thursday night, were awaiting player approval on participation.
One of the franchise officials confirmed InsideSport.co On Wednesday, talks are underway with some players to confirm their return for Phase 2 of IPL 2021.
“We have to send the squad before August 20, but I cannot confirm if all foreign players will be available. We are still in talks with some players. The good thing is that the T20 World Cup will be held in the United Arab Emirates and that gives us confidence that all the players will be available, but we are still awaiting final confirmation from some of them. “ one of the franchise officials told InsideSport.
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IPL 2021 Phase 2 – IPL Squad Submission Deadline: Chennai Super Kings is the only franchise to have a full team on hand with Australian pacemaker Josh Hazlewood also set to return for IPL after missing the 1S t phase. However, the same is not the case with the Rajasthan Royals. Jos Buttler has yet to confirm his availability, while some England cricketers are still mulling over his return due to an extended tour. IPL 2021 will be followed by the T20 World Cup and then Ashes and culminated with another lengthy tour of the West Indies in February. That will mean that some multi-format players will be out of their homes for five months.
IPL 2021 Phase 2: Why are franchises in a bind?
- BCCI set a deadline of August 20 to present the final team.
- BCCI only confirmed the availability of foreign players a week ago, giving players and franchises very little time to prepare.
- The availability of the players from England and Australia has been a question mark due to the bilateral series and it was only a week ago that both the ECB and the CA cleared the way for their return.
- If multi-format England players like Jos Buttler, Ben Stokes return for IPL 2021, they will be away from home for five months due to long tours, raising questions about their involvement.
IPL 2021 Phase 2 – IPL Squad Submission Deadline: The other problem, another franchise official pointed out, is the BCCI’s delay in negotiating with the BCE and CA. The BCCI officially informed the franchises about the availability of foreign players only last week, while cricketers from Australia and England were allowed to participate in the IPL 2021 only a few days ago.It had created a dilemma for the franchises: find replacement players or wait for the consent of the BCCI. .
“Yes, the BCCI’s delay in officially responding did play a role in the last minute problems. We keep hearing about player availability in the news, but BCCI only officially confirmed this in August. That’s why the August 20 deadline is a bit early for us. But if that is the norm, we will adhere to it. ” another franchise official said InsideSport.co.
Meanwhile, most of the franchises have confirmed their departure to the UAE to set up camp before the reboot on September 19.
- Super Kings of Chennai arrived in Dubai on August 13.
- Mumbai Indians with available players he arrived in Dubai on August 13.
- Capitals of Delhi to depart for the United Arab Emirates on August 21
- Kings of Punjab He said they will be leaving on August 29.
- Horsemen of the Kolkata Knights plan to depart for Abu Dhabi before August 27 according to available information
- Royals of Rajasthan will arrive in Dubai on September 2.
- Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) The contingent has not confirmed the date, but it is likely to leave at the end of the month.
- Hyderabad sunrises to leave on August 31.