IPL 2021: Find out the names of all the players who did not play in the second phase of IPL

Now less than a month before the start of the second phase of IPL 2021. The first part of IPL 2021 had to be canceled indefinitely as corona cases were on the rise. Following this, the BCCI decided to host the remaining IPL matches after the England tour. The second phase of IPL-14 will start on September 19. Fans are eagerly waiting for the world’s biggest league. If we talk about this IPL, this league is currently at a thrilling stage. Some teams are on the verge of reaching the playoffs, while some teams have to struggle to reach the playoffs. It will be interesting to see how the teams play at this point. A total of 31 matches will be played in the second leg of the IPL-14. Before the start of the IPL adventure, many star players around the world announced that the IPL would be withdrawn from the second phase.

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Many IPL franchises have suffered setbacks after dropping their star players. On the availability of the players, the BCCI said that it was up to the players to decide whether or not to participate in the league. The players have withdrawn their names from the IPL due to various reasons. Not many star players have been included in the IPL list.

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Here is a list of those who withdrew their names from the second phase of IPL-14:

Pat Commins

The list features Pat Comins’ name for Australia’s fast bowler and Kolkata Knight Riders bowling lineman. Cummins is a significant contributor to the team, not only with the ball but also with the bat. Cummins will not be part of this part of the IPL as he will be his first father. It is reported that Cummins will be coming home to Cummins next September-October. He provided this information on his YouTube channel this month.

Jaws Butler

Even Rajasthan Royals opener Jose Butler has refused to play in the second leg of the IPL due to personal reasons. Rajasthan Royals, who made the announcement on their official Twitter handle, said the wicketkeeper batsman would be the father for a second time. Explosive Kiwi batsman Glenn Philip has joined the Rajasthan team to replace Butler.

Adam Jampa

Australian leg spinner Adam Jampa is also missing the second leg of the IPL-14. Royal Challengers captained by Virat Kohli, who played for Bangalore, did not play in the first innings of the IPL-14. He has dropped out of the IPL as he is included in the Australia T20 World Cup squad. Sri Lanka’s Vanidu Hasaranga has joined the RCB.

Jay Richardson and Riley Meredith

These two fast bowlers of the Punjab Kings have withdrawn their names from the IPL. Both players joined the squad by paying huge sums from Punjab but now both have refused to play in the second leg of the IPL-14. In his place, Punjab sensation Nathan Ellis has been included in the squad.

Daniel Sams

The all-rounder, who plays for the RCB, quit this part of the IPL due to mental health issues.

Finn Allen

RCB batsman Finn Allen has been selected for the New Zealand tour of Pakistan and Bangladesh. As a result, he has withdrawn his name from the IPL. Finn is named after RCB wicketkeeper batsman Josh Philippe.

Ben Stokes and Joffra Archer

These two England players are not part of the Rajasthan Royals at this stage of the IPL. The life of the Rajasthan Royals bowling attack, Archer will be out of cricket for the next one year due to an elbow injury. At the same time, one of the best all-rounders in the world, Ben Stokes, has taken an indefinite break from cricket due to mental health.

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