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Players from Australia and England are available for the entire 2023 IPL

It turns out that players from other countries will participate for the entire duration of the 2023 Indian Premier League (IPL) barring Sri Lankans and Bangladeshis. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has informed the franchises about the players’ availability. There will be a full roster of Australian and English players for the IPL. In spite of the upcoming Ashes series starting in mid-June. 

Due to the Ashes series, which is of high importance for the traditional and oldest cricket rivals, the IPL teams were predicting a limited or conditional no objection certificate (NOC) for the players from England and Australia.

“Full Availability. Players selected for ODI series against Afghanistan will be available from 30 March. Players playing final of Sheffield Shield to be available from 28 March,” the BCCI mail says of the Australian players. About the England players, the communique has only two words: “Full Availability.” Ben Stokes, it has emerged now, will play full IPL, unless there is a last-minute change.

For a limited time, Bangladesh players selected for the Ireland series will participate in the IPL. In the mail, it is stated that players selected for the Ireland series will be available between 8 April and 1 May. RCB will be without Wanindu Hasaranga for the first few games until Sri Lankan players arrive on April 8, the BCCI notes.

Players from other countries, mainly New Zealand, South Africa and West Indies, should be available right through the tournament. The IPL, as previously reported, is expected to take off on April 1.

Tanush Kotian in the suspect action list

Franchises have been informed that Tanush Kotian, a key bowler for Mumbai Indians, is on the list of suspect players. Incidentally, the off-spinner played a crucial role in Mumbai’s innings win in their just-concluded Ranji game against Hyderabad.

Franchises have been informed that Tanush Kotian, a key bowler for Mumbai Indians, is on the list of suspect players Ghosh (Maharashtra) have been reported for suspect action, and face the risk of being banned if called once again. The players banned from bowling are Manish Pandey (Karnataka), Arman Jaffer (MCA), Writtick Chatterjee (CAB) and Azim Kazi of Maharashtra.

 

 

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