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BCCI to limit Sri Lanka and Bangladesh players from contending in IPL

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Yet again the sixteenth release of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023, is booked to start on March 31,
and fans are humming with fervor as the world’s greatest T20 association gets back to activity. With the
beginning of the competition comes a stuffed timetable and a plenty of wounds for some establishments
too.
Nonetheless, there have been a few reports that Sri Lanka and Bangladesh players could be confined
from playing in the IPL proceeding. Similar to the case each season, the Bangladesh Cricket Board
(BCB) has outlined its own course with the timetable for the public group games.
In the impending version of the competition, just Shakib Al Hasan, Litton Das, and Mushfiqur Rahim will
be accessible from April 9 to May 5, and again from May 15 onwards. Following this, the BCCI is
purportedly discontent with its halfway contribution in the competition.
Then again, four Sri Lankan players viz-Wanindu Hasaranga, Matheesha Pathirana, Bhanuka Rajapaksa
and Maheesh Theekshana will be feeling the loss of the principal seven day stretch of the competition,
as they will be with the public group for the New Zealand visit. As of late, it was affirmed by the BCB
president Nazmul Hassan Papon also that the Bangladesh players will stay inaccessible for the IPL while
their players are on Public obligations.
“Establishments would have glaring misgivings about picking players from specific nations in the event
that they are here to play the competition somewhat,” a BCCI official was cited as saying by InsideSport.

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