England players will not be able to play IPL 2020 opening match, know the reason


new Delhi: The Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) will be held in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from 19 September to 10 November. There is a lot of news coming before the start of IPL this year and in the meantime there are reports that England and Australia players will not be able to participate in some of the early matches.

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A limited-overs series will be played between England and Australia. This series will end 3 days before the start of IPL. For this reason, players will arrive at the UAE rate. After which players will have to remain on 6 days of segregation. This means that the IPL players playing in this series will not be able to represent their franchise team in the first few matches.

On the absence of these players, Jasthan Royals said that this would benefit the team from the loss because players like Steve Smith, Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer will arrive in the UAE with ‘complete preparation’.

Rajasthan Royals COO Jake Lash Macrom said, ‘England and Australian players will compete against each other in a big series just before the IPL, which has many positive things. It will help them achieve full match fitness.

He said, ‘He will compete at the highest level before the IPL where he will play against the best players. Due to the protocol imposed by the BCCI, they will not play the first match but we believe that protocols are necessary to keep everyone safe.


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