Australian coach wants Australian players to play IPL tourney.

Australian coach wants Australian players to play IPL tourney.


Australian coach wants Australian players to play IPL tourney.


Australian coach wants Australian players to play IPL tourney.

Australian coach Justin Langer believes that from a health standpoint, Australia's tour of England and the participation of Australian players in the Indian Premier League is important.

International cricket has been restarted yesterday (Wednesday) after it was shut down for the past 3-4 months due to the Coronavirus lockdown. Australian head coach Justin Langer, speaking on the sidelines of players who are playing cricket at home, said it was important to visit England from a health standpoint.

He also said Australian players should participate in the Indian Premier League, hinting that the 13th edition of the IPL will be played abroad and reports that all matches will be played in a Mumbai city.

Sourav Ganguly, chairman of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (IPL), dismissed the BCCI sources in the IPL. And Corona has talked about making plans for the IPL based on the virus and future developments.

Langer said if the IPL tourney was clear, there would be no expertise on the domestic version and the Australian players could be allowed to quarantine for many lucrative tournaments.

Once that has been clarified, we can understand how it will affect the domestic version, our players, and the Quarantine.

The IPL is dependent on the decision of the International Cricket Council on the ICC T20 World Cup. Therefore, the ICC will make its final decision tomorrow. If the World Cup is postponed, the path to the 13th edition of the IPL will be smooth.

BCCI President Sourav Ganguly and Pakistan Cricket Board's Ishaan Mani on Wednesday said the 2020 Asia Cup tour was canceled yesterday.

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