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Do Not Schedule Any International Games While The IPL Is On: Kevin Pietersen

Do Not Schedule Any International Games While The IPL Is

Former England flamboyant batsman Kevin Pietersen has referred to as for cricket boards world wide to chorus from scheduling a collection through the Indian Premier League [IPL], stating that the cash-rich league is the largest present on the town.

The 14th season of the cash-rich Indian Premier League [IPL] is all set to take heart stage in a weeks’ time. The match will kick off with defending champions Mumbai Indians locking horns with the Virat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore on the M.A Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on April 09.

IPL, Kevin Pietersen
IPL 2021

The match will happen throughout six Indian cities- Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, and Bengaluru, Due to the Covid state of affairs within the nation, your complete season will probably be performed behind closed doorways.

”Cricket boards want to grasp that the IPL is the largest present on the town. DO NOT schedule ANY worldwide video games while it’s on. V v v [Very, very, very] easy!” stated Pietersen in a tweet on his official Twitter account.

 

Kevin Pietersen’s tweet has come at a time when there’s a big furor relating to South Africa permitting its IPL-bound gamers specifically Quinton de Kock [Mumbai Indians], Kagiso Rabada Delhi Capitals], David Miller [Rajasthan Royals], Anrich Nortje [Delhi Capitals] and Lungisani Ngidi [Chennai Super Kings] to skip the upcoming three-match T20I collection towards Pakistan which is scheduled to kickstart from April 10.

A previous contract between the Board of Control for Cricket in India [BCCI] and Cricket South Africa [CSA] has been cited as the explanation behind the latter permitting its marquee gamers to skip the worldwide task.

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