Sydney: IPL 2021 is going to start in UAE from 19th September. Where on the one hand all the teams are busy preparing for the second phase. The World Cup is to be played immediately after this tournament, so it would not be wrong to say that the players who play the World Cup after the IPL will have a huge advantage. At the same time, he has told why he did not play against West Indies and Bangladesh.
IPL will benefit in World Cup
Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has said that IPL is a good tournament to prepare for the T20 World Cup. Maxwell told cricket.com.au, ‘I think it’s a good lead for the players who have come here. These players will benefit from these facilities and training in summer and spending extra months.
Maxwell said on not playing with these teams
Maxwell missed limited overs tours against West Indies and Bangladesh in July-August. Apart from them, Smith, Marcus Stoinis and David Warner were also not involved in these tours. These players will be involved in the second phase of IPL 2021 to be held from 19 September to 15 October. The T20 World Cup is to be held immediately after the IPL from 17 October to 14 November.
The 32-year-old gave the reason for not touring the Windies and Bangladesh and playing in the IPL. Maxwell said, ‘It’s hard for people to think of going into another tight bubble. You ask the players who have visited West Indies and Bangladesh whether they will go on another tour for three weeks. After that we will know why we took the time.
AUS will win T20 World Cup: Maxwell
Maxwell is confident that Australia’s team will win the T20 World Cup title this time. He said, ‘100 per cent we will win. I think we have a good team and there are many experienced players in the team. If one or two players go in the beginning then it will be difficult to stop them.