England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) cricket director Ashley Giles said the board did not want to face off with players about participating in the Indian Premier League (IPL) because if pressured into selecting one of the franchises and the national team, the team could lose some top players. The former spinner, who has played 54 Tests and 62 ODIs for England, said the stance with the players could adversely affect England cricket.
“I believe our players will love to play for England right now,” Giles said on the BBC’s Tuffers & Vaughan program. I don’t want it to be chaotic. We need to understand that this is detrimental to the future, “he said.” We don’t want to clash with our players, especially if we lose some good players in the IPL.
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England has rested for players of all formats in Sri Lanka and India. But these players have the opportunity to play in the entire IPL. This means that players who play in the last Test of the tournament are unlikely to play in the first Test against New Zealand starting June 2. The series against New Zealand was decided after the NOC gave all players for the IPL.
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“It is clear that those who reach the final of the IPL will play in the entire tournament,” Giles said. Such agreements have been agreed to their agreements. I don’t think it’s right to change the deal. England’s 12 cricketers will play in the IPL. Crores of rupees have been signed with some of these players. Among them are Jose Butler, Ben Stokes, Johnny Bierstowe, Eoin Morgan, Moeen Ali, Sam Karen, Tom Karen, Sam Billings, David Malan and Joffra Archer (as they see fit). The IPL will start from April 9 and the finals will be played on May 30.
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