IPL 2021: Australian players will be seen playing in IPL, the chief selector told why the tournament is better

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IPL 2021: In the second part of the Indian Premier League season 14, there seems to be a big relief for the teams. In the second part of IPL 14, there was a question mark on the playing of foreign players. But now Cricket Australia has decided to send its players for IPL.

Cricket Australia’s chief selector George Bailey has broken the silence regarding the IPL. Bailey believes that IPL is the best platform to prepare for the World Cup. On the question related to IPL, Bailey said, “I believe there is no better platform than IPL to prepare for the World Cup. Since the World Cup is also going to be held in UAE, players can prepare themselves better by playing IPL.

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Earlier there were reports that Cricket Australia would not allow its players to play IPL. But after the defeat in the T20 series on the West Indies and Bangladesh tours, Cricket Australia has been forced to change its strategy.

Pat Cummins will not participate in IPL

Australia has announced its team for the T20 World Cup a day before. Star players like David Warner, Maxwell, Cummins, Smith and Stoinis, who were out of the West Indies and Bangladesh tour, have returned to the team for the World Cup. All these players are also seen playing in IPL. It is now almost clear that Warner, Maxwell, Smith and Stoinis will be seen playing in the second half of IPL 14 as well.

However, there is no good news for Kolkata Knight Riders. Pat Cummins stands by his decision to stay away from IPL. Cummins says that he wants to spend time with his family.


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