Ricky Ponting backed the kangaroo players’ game in IPL 2021, saying it was an excellent preparation

Legendary batsman Ricky Ponting backed Australian players to participate in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 in the UAE, saying it was an ideal preparation for the T20 World Cup in October. The remaining matches of the 14th season of the IPL will be held from September 19 to October 15 while the T20 World Cup will be from October 17 to November 14. Both tournaments will be held in the UAE. Ponting spoke with Australian Test captain Tim Paine on ‘Insane Radio’, saying that “players who have not played for three or four months will be given world class cricket”. The world. You need to get into the rhythm by playing.

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“There is no doubt that this is their best preparation under similar circumstances. Maybe they will get a chance to play in the world’s strongest domestic T20 tournament,” he said. Ponting is the head coach of Delhi Capital in the IPL. Pacer Pat Cummins, who has been out of the West Indies and Bangladesh tours to spend time with his pregnant mistress, is unlikely to play in the IPL because his first child is expected to be born in the middle of the rematch. Cummins said on his YouTube channel, “It’s hard to get there in the second half of this year.” “Let’s see how things go, but this time it will probably be very difficult, but with the World Cup starting soon, I think I’ll be ready for it,” he said.

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Australian captain Aaron Finch underwent right knee surgery this week. The operation was so successful that it would take him 10 weeks to recover. Due to this, he has been ruled out for Australia in the Super 12 stage of the World Cup. Finch had previously said that he believed it would be difficult for players to justify returning to the IPL, and quit the tour, citing fatigue and problems in the hotel’s quarantine and biologically safe environment. Riley Meredith, Dan Christian, Moises Henriques, Mitchell Marsh, Adam Ampa, Andrew Tye and Josh Philip were part of the Australian team that toured the Caribbean and Bangladesh. All of them have signed with IPL teams.

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