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Australian cricketers will be available for the rest of the IPL Phase 2 Matches

The majority of Australia’s players are likely to be available for the remainder of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 fixtures. Except for Pat Cummins, who has withdrawn from the league’s final matches, all other players will compete in the tournament.

The league’s remaining matches will be hosted in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in September and October. The final season of the IPL was also held in the UAE.

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Some of Australia’s top players, including Glenn Maxwell, Jhye Richardson, Kane Richardson, Marcus Stoinis, and Danielle Sams, have refused to play in the West Indies trip.

Cricketers who do not plan to go to the West Indies are more likely to participate in the IPL. The T20 World Cup will also take place shortly following the IPL and will be held in the UAE. Players can prepare for the T20 World Cup by participating in the IPL.

What is the most recent update on the England and New Zealand players?

According to sources, the Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is now in contact with England and Welsh Cricket Board (ECB) to discuss the availability of English players. Officials from the ECB stated that no players will be released to play in the IPL.

There is no question that New Zealand cricketers will participate in the IPL, and all Kiwi players will be accessible.

Players from the Caribbean will be available for the league

The Caribbean Premier League (CPL) calendar has been modified, and the dates of the CPL and the IPL will no longer overlap. It will now expire on September 15th, according to the new schedule.
The IPL is set to begin on September 18-19, and as a result, all West Indian players will be eligible to compete. Cricket West Indies had been requested by the BCCI to adjust the schedule.

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