BCCI Gave Strict Instructions, If The Player Who Did Not Play IPL Fully, He Will Have To Suffer This Big Loss


New Delhi: In View Of The Threat Of A Second Wave Of Corona Virus In India, The BCCI Had Postponed The IPL Indefinitely Midway. The Speed Of Infection Was So High That Many Players Also Got Caught In It. Now The Corona Has Slowed Down, But The Danger Still Remains.

The BCCI Has Decided To Hold The Rest Of The IPL Matches In September And October, In Which Foreign Players Are Unlikely To Play. Players From England And Australia Are Also Included In The Players Who Did Not Play. Star All-Rounder Ben Stokes And Fast Bowler Pat Cummins May Stay Away From The Remaining Matches.

The BCCI Has Taken A Tough Stand Regarding Such Players. A CCI Official Said That If Foreign Players Do Not Play The Remaining Matches Of IPL-14, They Will Be Given Money On A Pro-Rata Basis. The Official Said That The Franchise Will Have The Right To Deduct The Salary Of The Players.

Let Us Tell You That If A Player Plays The Entire Season Of IPL, Then He Is Given Salary In 3-4 Installments In 12 Months. At The Same Time, If A Player Is Unable To Play The Entire Season, Then He Is Paid On A Pro-Rata Basis.

At The Same Time, The England Cricket Board (ECB) Has Clearly Said That Its Players Will Not Go To Yee For The Second Phase Of The IPL. ECB Managing Director Ashley Giles Said, “We Have Yet To Manage Our Schedule, So We Want To Get Our Players In The Best Form For The T20 World Cup And The Ashes.

At The Same Time, Bangladesh Cricket Board Has Also Said That Their Players Will Not Be A Part Of IPL. Australian Fast Bowler Pat Cummins Will Also Not Be Available In The Second Half Of IPL-14. Australia’s Pat Cummins Was Bought By Kolkata Knight Riders For Rs 15.5 Crore In The 2020 Auction.

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