There is not much time left in the start of the 13th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL). All Overseas cricketers have also started connecting with their franchise teams, with New Zealand captain Kane Williamson departing for the Indian Premier League (IPL) starting on 19 September amid the COVID-19 epidemic (UAE)
This Kiwi captain has given his opinion after 12 people including two players were infected in the Chennai Super Kings squad. The players will have to be more alert and disciplined in this tournament to be held in the UAE. Speaking to New Zealand radio before leaving for the UAE on Thursday, Williamson said protocols would have to be strictly followed to avoid Corona.
6 New Zealand players will play in the IPL this year. They include Jimmy Neesham (Punjab), Lockie Ferguson (Kolkata), Mitchell Mc and Trent Boult (Mumbai), Kane Williamson (Hyderabad), and Mitchell Sentner (Chennai). For your information, let us know that the New Zealand team has been away from international cricket since March. The ODI series with Australia was also interrupted in mid-March due to Corona. At the same time, the New Zealand Cricket Board has planned to host Pakistan, Australia and West Indies, and Bangladesh in this summer season.