If the rest of IPL 2021 were held in September, then these Kiwi cricketers including Kane Williamson will have problems


New Delhi: The tournament has been postponed indefinitely after the entry of Coronavirus in the Bio Bubble of IPL 2021. Due to many players getting infected, BCCI had to take this difficult decision.

Will IPL be in September?

The BCCI is looking for a window for the remaining matches of IPL 2021, which is on view around September this year. If the Indian Board decides this, then it will cause trouble for the players of New Zealand.

Also Read: Sad: 24-year-old cricketer died suddenly during net practice

Why is the Kiwi team in trouble?

The New Zealand cricket team will go on a UAE tour in the month of September, where they have to play a series against Pakistan. In such a situation, it will be difficult for many Kiwi players to be present in the remaining part of IPL 2021.

Many Kiwi players in IPL

Many New Zealand players are part of IPL 2021, with the biggest name being Kane Williamson. Also Kyle Jamieson, Jimmy Neesham, Lockie Ferguson, Finn Allen, Michelle Santner, Adam Milne and Tim Siefert Like faces are also included.

Many teams will be affected

The biggest loss due to the absence of Kiwi players will be Sunrisers Hyderabad, as the franchise has recently appointed Kane Williamson as their captain. Apart from this, Kyle Jamieson was bought by RCB at a high price of Rs 15 crore.


Leave A Reply

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here