IPL 2021: England players take part in the second leg, ECB postpones tour of Bangladesh

The second phase of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 will take place in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from September 19. The first phase of IPL 2021 took place from April 9 to May 2, during which a total of 30 matches were played. The first stage was played in India, and then the Covid-19 cases were found in the biopic of the franchise teams, thereby postponing it. The remaining 31 matches will now take place between September 19 and October 15. In the second leg of the IPL 2021, the England team had to travel to Bangladesh, which greatly reduced the expectation of England players participating in the T20 league, now the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB)

England have postponed their tour of Bangladesh for a six-match series until March 2023. The tour was to be held in September and October of this year. The ECB said Tuesday that it and BCB had agreed to each other to formulate a new schedule for the trip. The tour will include three one-day matches and T20 Internationals.

While no reason was given in the statement to postpone the tour, the decision was made due to the isolation protocol for the Kovid-19, according to media in England. England’s top players are currently preparing for the first Test against India, which begins at Trentbridge. The Test series between India and England ends on September 14. After this, it is believed that English cricketers who want to participate in the IPL will travel to the UAE with the Indian team.

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