Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen tweeted on Friday about the Indian Premier League (IPL 2021). In his tweet, he described the IPL as the biggest. He said no international matches should be scheduled at this time. Having said that, it is very easy. Most notably, many international series have to be played between the IPL. The IPL will start from April 9. The first match will be played between Mumbai and Bangalore on April 9 in Chennai.
Kevin Pietersen tweeted that all cricket boards in the world should understand that the IPL is the biggest ever. There should be no international match between these. He has previously supported England players to play in the IPL. He said the decision to play in the IPL should be left to England players. What’s special is that if the IPL ends on May 30, the first Test between England and New Zealand will take place from June 2. If England’s teams reach the playoffs, these players will not be able to play the first Test against New Zealand.
Cricket boards should be aware of that @ IPL It is the largest show in town.
Do not schedule any international games on it.
– Kevin Peterson (@KP24) April 2, 2021
Notably, 12 cricketers from England will play in the IPL. Crores of rupees have been signed with some of these players. These include Jose Butler, Ben Stokes, Johnny Bierstowe, Eoin Morgan, Moeen Ali, Sam Karen, Tom Karen, Sam Billings, David Malan and Joffra Archer. The final of the IPL will be held on May 30.
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