According to the website ‘Cricbuzz’, Punjab Kings’ top run scorer and captain KL Rahul may not appear for the franchise again. Rahul was among the highest run-scorers for the tournament, but his performance as a captain was mediocre, where he failed to take Punjab to another play-off. It is now learned that many franchises are approaching him. BCCI is going to hold a big auction next year but there is still no clarity on the number of retentions available for each franchise. Making matters more complicated is the right to match the cards. (RTM)
“A franchise has the right to use RTM cards for its existing players, when made available for auction and it is understood that behind the scenes discussions are taking place so that Rahul’s relationship with the Kings is cordial. Rahul, now in the Indian bubble for the T20 World Cup, could not be reached for comment, while a Punjab Kings official categorically declined to discuss the subject,” the report further stated. .
It also states that some youngsters like Venkatesh Iyer, Harshal Patel and Shivam Mavi may be included in the India World T20 squad for training purposes. The above mentioned players have really made their mark in this year’s tournament and a good performance is just waiting. The official confirmation will be issued only after the eliminator so that players can quickly enter the bio bubble of the Indian team.
Will Hardik Pandya bowl in T20 World Cup? Negotiations on to include additional fast bowlers in the team by October 15
The Chetan Sharma-led BCCI selection committee is troubled by the inclusion of an extra pacer in India’s World Cup squad as Hardik Pandya’s chances of bowling during the tournament seem to be dwindling after Mumbai Indians’ disappointing performance with a single over. has not been thrown. IPL Campaign. BCCI has five more days to make any changes (apart from injury) in the team.
The ICC has given all Super 12 teams a week till October 15 to make any necessary changes. For Round-1 teams, the team change deadline (without injury) ends at midnight (Dubai time) on 10 October.