South African Players Participation In IPL 2020 – After Coronavirus outbreaks South African and New Zealand allow for IPL
After this coronavirus pandemic outbreak, the cricket consulting team had resumed the cricketing action this month with the South African Players Participation in IPL which is held in UAE.
Included in precautions, players will go to the UAE 25 days before the beginning of the championship and will be placed in quarantine.
New Zealand and South African players have got their individual NOC’s however if the reports are to be considered, obtaining NOC from CSA may still not be sufficient for South African cricketers to feature this years IPL.
The same as India and several other countries, South Africa is presently spiked in Covid-19 cases. With so many as 4,20,000 cases and allegedly 6000 deaths, the South African government has made a decision to reimpose the national lockdown.
Today, cricket is set to reunite in different areas of the planet as well with all the much-awaited Indian Premier League (IPL) rescheduled to start from September 19, as supported by IPL chairman Brijesh Patel.
Together with the highly-coveted T20 extravaganza happening in UAE, the difficulty for the involvement of international players is over since there are no travel restrictions in UAE, unlike India.
The two New Zealand Cricket (NZC) and Cricket South Africa (CSA) have accepted the involvement since they’re set to provide No Objection Certificates (NOCs) to the gamers that are part of IPL franchises.
NZC’s spokesperson Richard Boock has commented that the board has made it upon gamers to choose the last choice.
“We leave it up for the players to determine whether they would like to participate and ask NOCs,” Boock added.
South Africa cricketers:
- AB de Villiers (RCB)
- Chris Morris (RCB)
- Dale Steyn (RCB)
- Quinton de Kock (Mumbai Indians)
- Faf du Plessis (CSK)
- Imran Tahir (CSK)
- Lungi Ngidi (CSK)
- Kagiso Rabada (Delhi Capitals)
- Hardus Viljoen (KXIP)
- David Miller (RR).