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Fate of IPL and South African Cricket Board

Fate of IPL and South African Cricket Board

The world is curious about the fate of IPL 13th edition that will this tournament be played as per schedule or not. And also most of the cricket boards in the world are not allowing their players to play games. Even the tournament that was continue is being closed or most of the players have ended to play. Now the CSA Cricket South Africa has made its Decision about the the13th edition of IPL( IPL and South African Cricket Board) that will South African players play this tournament or not.

The 13th season of the Indian Premier League IPL was scheduled to start from 29th of March 2020. But due to current scenarios of Corona Attacks, the tournament has been postponed until April 15. But this is not the fixed date for the tournament and It is not clear yet when the 13th season of IPL will start. Meanwhile, Dr. Jackus Fall, executive of foreign cricketers has given his statement regarding the participation of South African Players.

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The South African team was on a tour of India for the three-match ODI series and earlier it was believed that the South African cricketers would join their respective franchise teams only after this series, although the ODI series was also postponed. And the South African cricketer returned home. The first match of the series between the two teams.

IPL and South African Cricket Board
Fate of IPL and South African Cricket Board

It was to be played at Dharamshala on 12 March, which was washed away in the rain. For the remaining two matches, the BCCI had earlier decided that the matches would be held at the vacant stadium, but later the board decided to postpone the series.’ This is a matter of public safety’.

Jacques told Cricbuzz, “It’s not a big issue for players, if they get a coronavirus infection, they will recover from it.” Here the matter is about the people in the stand, which is a matter of concern. This issue is of public safety. Our medical committee is working on it, if our experts say something, then we have to take a big decision. Quinton Dickock Mumbai Indians of South Africa.

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From the side, David Miller is the player from Rajasthan Royals, Chris Morris for Royal Challengers Bangalore. Apart from this, Kagiso Rabada is in the Delhi Captains, Imran Tahir, Faf du Plessi, and Lungi Ngidi Chennai Super Kings team. THE FATE OF IPL and SA Cricket BoarD WILL BE DESCRIBED BY THE TIME/. so time will show the fate of IPL and South African Cricket Board contribution.

Shoaib Akhtar and Wasim Akram Remarks for Each Other

 Fate of IPL and South African Cricket Board


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