The BCCI will bar Sri Lankan and Bangladeshi players from playing in the IPL. Due to their partial participation in the competition. The BCCI is considering barring many Sri Lankan and Bangladeshi players from competing in the IPL.
The 16th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 is set to begin on March 31. Fans are ecstatic as the world’s largest T20 competition returns to play. With the start of the tournament comes a full schedule as well as a slew of injuries for several organizations.
Nonetheless, there have been various rumours that players from Sri Lanka and Bangladesh may be barred from participating in the IPL in the future. The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has chosen its own course with the national team game calendar, as it does every season.
Only Shakib Al Hasan, Litton Das, and Mushfiqur Rahim will be available in the next competition from April 9 to May 5, and again from May 15 onwards. After this, the BCCI is said to be dissatisfied with their participation in the competition.
The BCCI is apparently dissatisfied with the players’ participation in the competition
Recently, a franchise official spoke out about several of the players’ unavailability and stated his concern about it. Curiously, despite the Indian board’s displeasure, the franchises appear to support Bangladesh players in the hope that the situation would improve in the future.
“That’s all there is to it. We can’t protest since the BCCI is the one that negotiates with other bodies. Of course, teams will be wary of signing players from specific nations. Taskin (Ahmed) did not receive the NOC, and now this. They should not register if they do not want their athletes to participate. Nonetheless, the reputation of Bangladeshi players would undoubtedly alter in the future “InsideSport reported a franchise executive as stating.
Gujarat Titans will face Chennai Super Kings in the first game of the tournament on March 31 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.