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Three IPL teams in trouble due to new rules


This year’s Indian Premier League (IPL) is going to start from September 19, putting an end to various speculations. Due to coronavirus, this year’s event will be held in the United Arab Emirates instead of India.

Three IPL teams in trouble due to new rules

Authorities have finalized some special rules for the upcoming IPL. In the meantime, the three franchises of the IPL have suffered a bit due to a rule.

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According to the decision of the IPL committee, the franchises will be able to go to the UAE with a maximum of 24 cricketers. But the three teams Kings XI Punjab, Rajasthan Royals and Sunrisers Hyderabad each have 25 players. As a result, these groups have to exclude one player.

According to the previous rules of the IPL, all the three teams have a maximum of 25 cricketers in the squad. But the teams are worried about the decision of the committee before the start of the 13th session.

This year’s IPL will start on September 19 and will continue till November 10. Due to Coronavirus’ outbreak, the tournament authorities have already issued eleven points. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) wants to make this event a success by any means. The teams will leave for the United Arab Emirates in a few days.

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