Imran Tahir. (Photograph by Ashley Allen – CPL T20/Getty Photographs) CAPE TOWN (South Africa): No South African participant aside from Imran Tahir will probably be collaborating within the upcoming Caribbean Premier League (CPL), slated to start from August 18 in […]
Imran Tahir. (Photograph by Ashley Allen – CPL T20/Getty Photographs)
CAPE TOWN (South Africa): No South African participant aside from Imran Tahir will probably be collaborating within the upcoming Caribbean Premier League (CPL), slated to start from August 18 in Trinidad and Tobago.
Rassie van der Dussen, Tabraiz Shamsi, Anrich Nortje, Rilee Rossouw, and Colin Ingram have been unable to verify their journey preparations in time and in consequence, they’d not be taking part within the CPL, ESPNCricinfo reported.
Tahir will probably be taking part within the CPL as he has not been in South Africa via the lockdown. The spinner was in Pakistan the place he was taking part in within the Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL), and has been capable of journey to the West Indies from there.
As per a report in ESPNCricinfo, the organisers of the CPL wished all taking part gamers to reach in Trinidad and Tobago by August 1 with the intention to fulfill a 14-day quarantine interval earlier than the match begins.
As of now, South Africa stays in lockdown with all worldwide borders closed. Cricket South Africa (CSA) has given its gamers No Objection Certificates (NOCs) to take part within the Indian Premier League (IPL) slated to start from September 2019 within the UAE.
Nevertheless, the participation of the South African gamers within the IPL can also be awaiting logistical checks and authorities permission.
Ten Proteas gamers are set to play within the IPL this 12 months. Earlier, three gamers missed the 3TC exhibition match organised by CSA.
Chris Morris was unavailable for private causes, Kagiso Rabada missed the fixture following the loss of life of a member of the family, and Quinton de Kock pulled out as a result of a detailed member of the family examined optimistic for Covid-19.