Despite the pointed comments made by Australian captain Aaron Finch, the majority of Australian players are able to participate in the remaining matches of IPL 2021.
Aaron Finch has said that it is difficult for Australian players to leave the national team for the second half of IPL 2021.
The remaining IPL games are likely to be played in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from September 19 to October 15, 2021.
According to Cricbuzz, in addition to players like Pat Cummins, the majority of Australian players who have announced their long-term absences, These players can skip the West Indies and Bangladesh tour.
Seven of the best Australian players, including David Warner, Pat Cummins, Glenn Maxwell, Jay Richardson, Kane Richardson, Marcus Stones and Daniel Sams, announced their unavailability due to various reasons to participate in the upcoming West Indies and Bangladesh tour.
Warner Cummins has decided not to tour the West Indies and Bangladesh as a “long-term plan.
Since the World Cup is being held in the United Arab Emirates, the Australian cricket board has allowed their players to participate in IPL matches.
At the same time, officials from the Cricket Control Council of India (BCCI) assured the IPL franchise that most foreign players will come to IPL.
Although there is no formal communication between BCCI and the players. But officials told the franchise will make sure that the foreign players will participate in this year’s event.
BCCI is trying to persuade the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) to allow England players to participate. Although the ECB officials have announced that their players will not be able to participate in the IPL.
It is reported that BCCI will notify each team about the specific situation of foreign Players around July 15, 2021.