Abroad players’ accessibility for the rescheduled Indian Premier League (IPL-2021) keeps on being a huge test for the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), as the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has now denied permitting its players for the UAE-drove of the competition.
The IPL 2021 was suspended on May 4 after the raising COVID-19 cases inside the bio-air pockets and now the BCCI intended to arrange the second period of the worthwhile T20 group in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the midst of the Coronavirus flare-up in September-October this year.
Indeed, the rest of the IPL 14 will conflict with the forthcoming global apparatuses and the main competition – ICC T20 World Cup 2021 to be played just after the T20 group in October-November – that definitely power the cricket sheets all throughout the planet not to permit its players for the money rich competition to deal with their physical and mental responsibility.
On the other hand, England and Wales Cricket Board have effectively indicated not permitting their players for the second period of the IPL 14, Cricket Australia is yet to talk about something similar with their players, and now Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has followed the strides of ECB over the matter.
The BCB president Nazmul Hassan on May 31, Monday has clarified that the board would not issue the No Objection Certificate (NOC) to the expert all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan and bowler Mustafizur Rahman for the impending UAE-drove of the IPL 2021.
“It is almost impossible to provide NOC (for IPL) considering our international commitments. I don’t see any chance of giving it (NOC) to them. We have the (T20) World Cup coming up and now every match is important.” Said by Nazmul Hassan on a News Channel named Ekattor TV.
This is also put down that Bangladesh is scheduled to play three white-ball formats against Australia, New Zealand, and England during the September-October window when BCCI has the excess 31 IPL games in the UAE.