PSL Franchises Unhappy as Cricket South Africa Ignores PCB’s Sacrifices for IPL

Cricket South Africa (CSA), by allowing some big names to feature in the Indian Premier League (IPL) showed total disregard of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) while rejected the idea of postponing other ties to Pakistan Super League (PSL).

Some franchisor owners are skeptical about the growth that the Board ought to have done more to prevent Proteas from making such a decision.

It should be pointed out that the sixth edition of PSL was postponed after a coronavirus rampant during the competition in the "bio-secure bubble." There were only 14 matches before the decision was made to postpone the event. In June, most probably the remaining 20 devices will be played.

The franchise owners had suggested that the tournament be completed in late March and early April, but the PCB dismissed the suggestion that serious financial losses were to be caused by CSA. The franchisors had asked the South African Board for permission to approach, which was shot down.

It is to be observed that the IPL contains some large names of the Proteas team. Among them, Kagiso Rabada, Quinton de Kock, Lungi Ngidi, David Miller, and Anrich Nortje. The players will not be included in Pakistan and South Africa in the forthcoming T20 series because contracts with the BCCI (Indian Cricket Control Board) will prohibit them from doing so.

Veteran batsman Far du Plessis also dropped the selectors of Protea. Dale Steyn was a veteran pacemaker who spoke against development and called for some clarity from the South African Council on development. Nothing has changed so far.

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