Cricket South Africa has allowed its players to participate in IPL 2021. It has also given him an open to leave the domestic ODI series against Pakistan in the middle for IPL.
African cricketers may take India’s tour for IPL after the second ODI in Johannesburg. That means they will be expected to reach India for the 14th season of IPL by 04 April.
The ODI series between South Africa and Pakistan will start on April 2. The first match will be played at Centurion Super Sports Park. After the ODI series, four T20I series will also be played between Pakistan and South Africa, which will start from April 10.
IPL will also be starting from 9 April, the first match of the 14th season of IPL will be played between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indians. The match will be played at Chepauk Stadium in Chennai.
Due to IPL, South African cricketers are turning to India, many former Pakistan cricketers are not able to compete with weak hosts.
Former Pakistan wicket-keeper Rashid Latif has said
There should be an agreement between the two boards to get on the field with the full-strength team. He said, “If Pakistan removes its 5 main players, will South Africa still want to play Pakistan?” If not, then why will Pakistan play with them? Pakistan is not a weak team. When there is an agreement between the two boards about the series, then it should also be agreed that both the teams come down with their full strength. You are fooling broadcasters by taking down a weak team. ”
These players can leave their ODI series for IPL
South African players, who can travel for IPL 2021 from the domestic one-day series against Pakistan, now take a look at their list. Lungi Nagidi (Chennai Super Kings), Kagiso Rabada (Delhi Capitals), Quinton de Kock (Mumbai Indians), David Miller (Rajasthan Royals), Anrich Nortje (Delhi Capitals). So these are all the names, who can reach India by 4 April for IPL 2021.