IPL 2024 SA, WI ,NZ, full participation limited other

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Dec 17, 2023 - 11:36
Dec 18, 2023 - 11:43

Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided that the official window for the Indian Premier League (IPL) will be from March 22 till the end of May. Finalizing the exact dates is pending due to the upcoming general elections in the country next summer, with the schedule contingent on the election program.

Based on this information conveyed to the franchises in front of the IPL auction in Dubai on Tuesday (December 19), the Australian, South African, Afghanistan, New Zealand, and West Indies boards have made their players available completely, with minor or no riders. Be that as it may, England, Ireland, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh boards have given conditional endorsement.

Most Australian players will be available for the IPL, with the exception of Josh Hazlewood, who will partake in the league only from the first seven day stretch of May. Cricket Australia (CA) has informed the BCCI that its players will be completely available, with the exception of Hazlewood, and those playing in the final of the Sheffield Shield. The CA has assured the BCCI that all players will be available unless injured. Regarding the Sheffield Shield final, players have the option to choose IPL over the domestic occasion, which takes place from March 21 to 25.

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has said its players can take part in the league unless ill suited or have international duties. The accessibility of English players is subject to the ECB's summer international program surrounding the Twenty20 World Cup, which is yet to be finalized. Rehan Ahmed has withdrawn from the auction. The Twenty20 World Cup is from June 4 to 30 in the Caribbean and the US.

The BCCI communication to the teams on the status of the English player states: "ECB is ready to make their players available for the duration of the Tournament, subject to fitness and international obligation, and any periods of inaccessibility that players submitted on their auction applications. ECB are still in the process of finalizing their schedule for the World T20 in June and in the event that any individual players require specific administration in the development to the World T20, Burglarize Key will liaise straightforwardly with the player and his franchise to make the necessary arrangements."

Elsewhere, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) and Cricket Ireland (CI) have made their players available only to some degree, yet special permissions have been allowed to Mustafizur Rahman and Joshua Little. While the Ireland pacer has been allowed to partake in the league completely, the BCB has stated that Rahman can take part in the league from March 22 to May 11.

Sri Lanka has the scheduled second (and last) Test against Bangladesh from March 30 to April 3, which raises questions about the accessibility of some Sri Lankan players. In any case, Maheesh Theekshana, Wanindu Hasaranga, Matheesha Pathirana, and Dushmantha Chameera will be available for the full duration of the IPL, as they don't take part in the Test format.

The BCB has also informed the BCCI that "Taskin Ahmed and Md. Shoriful Islam, who have been listed for the auction, will not be available for the IPL 2024 edition." Only three Bangladesh players (including Rahman) had highlighted in the auction register from Bangladesh.

Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB), Cricket West Indies (CWI), Cricket South Africa (CSA), New Zealand Cricket (NZC) and Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) have informed the BCCI that their players will be available for the entire duration of the IPL.

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