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IPL 2022 Auction LIVE: BCCI’s last-minute bouncer for franchises, now says ‘England, West Indies, South Africa players to miss first 2-3 matches’

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IPL 2022 Auction LIVE: BCCI’s last-minute bouncer for franchises- What comes as an unprecedented scenario for the IPL franchises, players from England, West Indies and South Africa are likely to miss a few games in IPL 2022. The IPL 2022 is likely to kick start on March 27 and as a result, the players from these countries will miss early fixtures due to mandatory quarantine after national duty. Follow IPL 2022 live updates on InsideSport.IN

The likes of Kagiso Rabada, Lungi Ngidi, Quinton de Kock, Anrich Nortje, Kieron Pollard, Jason Holder, Jonny Bairstow, Mark Wood, among others are likely to miss out few early matches for the franchise.

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  • England and West Indies players will take in a three-Test series that will begin on March 12 and end on March 28.
  • England players are set to play the full edition of IPL 2022 but they will miss the first few games due to mandatory qurantine.
  • South Africa and Bangladesh will be involved in 3 ODIs and 2 Tests from March 18 to April 11.
  • Earlier, all the players from South Africa were supposed to take part in IPL after India’s tour of SA despite the Omicron threat.
  • Overseas players will have to undergo 5 days mandatory quarantine.

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IPL 2022 Auction LIVE: BCCI’s last-minute bouncer for franchises, now says ‘England, West Indies, South Africa players to miss first 2-3 matches’

Bangladesh Players in IPL: Star allrounder Shakib Al Hasan will miss the IPL 2022 from May 8 to 23 for the Test series. On the contrary, pace spearhead Mustafizur will be available for the entire IPL 2022. Bangladesh players like Liton Das, Taskin Ahmed, Shoriful Islam will be available subject to their selection in international matches against SA and SL.

Australia Players in IPL 2022: Cricket Australia is yet to give its nod to the Aussies taking part in the IPL 2022. The Australian players are expected to join the franchise after the Australia Tour of Pakistan.

While Test only players can join after March 25, the white-ball series will last till April 5. The local talents whose teams failed to make it to the Sheffield Shield Final can participate. It will run from March 31 to April 4.

SriLanka Players in IPL Auction: Sri Lanka players with the likes of Wanindu Hasaranga are set to miss IPL 2022 for a couple of weeks, i.e., from May 11 to 23. They will play two-match Test series against Bangladesh during the aforementioned dates.

New Zealand Players in IPL: All the Kiwi players will be fully available for the entire IPL 2022 season. They are the third country after SA and England to confirm that all the players are fully available for IPL 2022.

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Overall 220 overseas players are available for IPL 2022 mega auction. The country-wise breakdown of foreign players is listed below:

Country Auction List
Afghanistan 17
Australia 47
Bangladesh 5
England 24
Ireland 5
New Zealand 24
South Africa 33
Sri Lanka 23
West Indies 34
Zimbabwe 1
Namibia 3
Nepal 1
Scotland 2
USA 1

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