england players ipl 20201: Three England superstars retire from IPL; Big setback for Hyderabad !!

The three English superstars who were to play in the IPL withdrew at the last minute. Some attribute this setback to the cancellation of the fifth test between India and England. The match had to be postponed due to the Kovid crisis. The England team explained that the match had to be skipped due to the unwillingness of the Indian players to play. Criticism of the party’s cancellation for the IPL is also increasing from many quarters.

There will be no three players

Sunrisers Hyderabad starter Johnny Bairstow, Delhi Capitals all-rounder Chris Vokes and Punjab Kings star David Malan have announced their retirement from the IPL. They reportedly withdrew on the grounds that they would have to remain in quarantine for another six days in the UAE.

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Replacement is coming

Criticism of the omission of the test

Big setbacks

The absence of key hitter Bairstow will be a major setback for Hyderabad. The team was currently performing at its worst. David Malan, who was supposed to play for the Punjab Kings, is the number one hitter in the world rankings in T20I. South Africa’s Aidan Markram has been named to the Punjab team to replace Malan.

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I was on the test team

All three played in the Test series against India. Chris Vokes was in great shape in both batting and bowling. It is likely that all three will be included in the English team of the Ashes series. The ashes are in crisis due to the Kovid crisis. There are three in the England T20 World Cup squad.

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