saba karim on england players ipl: Did the England Cricket Board stop its players from playing in IPL 2021? Know what Saba Karim says – these are all speculations; saba karim on ecb might have stopped their players from playing in the ipl 2021


  • The second half of IPL 2021 will be held in UAE from September 19
  • The first half had to be stopped midway after the Corona burglary.
  • The first match in the UAE leg of the IPL will be played between Mumbai and Chennai.

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The 5th and last Test match of the series between India and England could not be played. The Manchester Test was canceled due to the outbreak of Corona in the Indian camp. The match got canceled but somewhere due to this cracks are seen in the relationship between the host board and BCCI.

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has approached the ICC for the result of this series. Not only this, now some of England’s big players, wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow, all-rounder Chris Woakes and world number one batsman David Malan in T20 have also withdrawn their names from the UAE leg of IPL 2021. Is.

The market of speculation is hot with the retreat of the English players. There are reports in the media now that the ECB has not forced its players to withdraw from the IPL.

However, before the withdrawal of these players, Moeen Ali has reached Dubai to play in the IPL. Former selector of the Indian cricket team, Saba Karim, when asked whether the ECB is the reason for the English players not playing in the IPL, he said, ‘Whatever we are hearing or saying, it is all speculation. . England players have decided to pull out of IPL due to personal reasons.

Former Indian wicket-keeper batsman Saba dismissed this outright and said that we will see Eoin Morgan and some other England players playing in the second half of IPL 2021.

Said Saba Karim, ‘If this was the case, why would Eoin Morgan, the captain of England’s T20 World Cup team, come to play. Apart from this, many other England players are also joining their respective franchises to play in the IPL. So I don’t think this is correct.

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