A number of players from Australia and England have refused to play in IPL 2021 due to Corona’s growing cases and injury, with the Rajasthan Royals team having suffered the most.
New Delhi. So far 25 matches have been played in IPL 2021. All the teams have played almost half their matches. But due to the day-to-day outbreak of Corona, the difficulties of IPL franchises are increasing. The reason for this is the rising fear of Corona, foreign players are leaving the IPL. In such a situation, some franchises are planning to take players on loan.
Australia and England players are leaving IPL
In the case of rising corona in India and due to injury, many foreign players have returned to their homeland. Most of these players are from Australia and England. Players such as Australia’s Adam Jampa, Ken Richardson, Jose Hazlewood have refused to play IPL due to Corona’s growing cases. Even Hazelwood had refused to come to India. On the other hand, England’s Jofra Archer, Ben Stokes has been ruled out of IPL 2021 due to injury, with the most losses being to Royal Challengers Bangalore and Rajasthan Royals.
Rajasthan Royals can take Robin Uthappa on loan
It is reported that Rajasthan is left with foreign players Jose Butler, Chris Morris, David Miller and Mustafizur Rahman. In such a situation, they have demanded from Chennai Super Kings to give Rajasthan Uthappa to Rajasthan Royals. The team’s opener batsmen have not been able to perform anything special, so Uthappa can prove to be important for the team. They have not got a chance to play a single match in the current season from Chennai.
Rajasthan’s eyes also on Jason Roy
Royal Challengers Bangalore want New Zealand fast bowler Lockie Ferguson to join them. Ferguson is currently with the Kolkata Knight Riders. His T20 performance has also been good. Apart from this, RR also wants to include fast bowler Ishan Poren in his team. On the other hand, Jason Roy, who is now near Sunrisers Hyderabad, also wants to include him in his team.