The second phase of IPL 2021 is going to be held in UAE from September 19. Many big players will not be able to play in the second leg due to family problems.
The second phase of IPL 2021 is going to be held in UAE from September 19. Teams of Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians have already reached UAE. The fans of IPL are eagerly waiting for the second phase. But meanwhile the bad news is that many big players will not be seen playing in the second phase. Let us know which players will be missed by the franchises and fans in the second phase of IPL.
These players will not play in the second phase of IPL 2021
Pat Cummins-Kolkata Knight Riders’ star fast bowler Pat Cummins will not play in the second phase. KKR bought Cummins in the auction last year for Rs 15 crore 50 lakh. Actually, Pat Cummins’s wife is pregnant, due to which he will not play in the second phase of IPL.
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Jos Butler-Rajasthan Royals key player Jos Buttler will not play in the second season. There is news that Jos Butler’s wife is also pregnant and is going to give birth to another child soon. Because of this, he too will not be able to play in the second phase of IPL.
Adam Zampa-Royal Challengers Bangalore player Adam Zampa will also not play in the second phase. In his place, the RCB team has included Sri Lankan player Wanindu Hasaranga in the team.
Riley Meredith-Punjab Kings’ key player Riley Meredith will also not play in the second phase of IPL 2021. He was bought by Punjab in 2021 for Rs 8 crore.
Jhye Richardson-Another player of Punjab Kings, Jhye Richardson will also not play in the second phase. This has dealt a big blow to Punjab Kings. Actually, Punjab Kings had kept Richardson for a hefty amount of 16 crores. The absence of Jhye Richardson will not only weaken Punjab’s bowling but will also make a big difference to the team.