IPL 2021: Delhi capitals seek clarification on the availability of South African actors for IPL 2021.
Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021: Finalist in the 2020 IPL extravaganza, Delhi Capitals approached BCCI for clarity on the availability of South African players. The two South African ace pacers Anrich Nortje and Kagiso Rabada are part of Delhi’s squad for the upcoming IPL and they did very well in the last outing.
The two pacers dominated the IPL 2021 bowlers’ charts and Kagiso Rabada then donned the purple 2021 IPL cap. Anrich Nortje was drafted by the capitals of Delhi to replace Chris Woakes and the South African player worked wonders for IPL 2020. finalists. Nortje being one of the most economical bowlers, also played 155 km / h which was the fastest in the whole tournament.
South Africa to welcome Pakistan:
Recently Cricket South Africa announced their streak with Pakistan which will come up against the first few weeks of IPL. South Africa is currently on tour Pakistan has announced that it will host Pakistan for three ODIs and four T20I matches.
With South African players engaging in domestic games, the IPL franchise like CSK, the Delhi capitals will need to make major adjustments to their respective teams. The Delhi capitals will have to function without Kagiso Rabada and Anrich Nortje for the first two weeks.
The series between South Africa and Pakistan will start on April 2 with the final match being played on April 16. IPL 2021 is expected to start from April 11 and all quarantine protocols will be completed before that.
South African players after arriving in India on the 17th will have to go through a full quarantine protocol. It can be said that players will have to miss two weeks of play.
Delhi’s capitals will face a major challenge without ace pacers. Their campaign for the first IPL trophy might come as a shock this time around.
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