Players Will Not Miss England Fixtures
Ashley Giles , The England and Wales Cricket Board’s (ECB) director of men’s cricket state player’s from England will not miss international action aiming to participate in the rescheduled Indian Premier League (IPL)
Criticism Of The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB)
The England and Wales Cricket Board’s ( ECB) criticism intensified their preliminary decision as England lost all three series against India and then was compounded once it became clear that those involved in the latter stages of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will not be able to make it to the Two Tests against New Zealand this coming June.
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No Objections Certificates
England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) had signed no Objection Certificates (NOCs) and specified their statement, that their players could participate in the full Indian Premier League (IPL) . It was felt that it would be inaccurate to go back on the outlook once the additional Tests were applied to the schedule.
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Upon the completion
England already have a full schedule between the first Tests against New Zealand and the end of tour to the Caribbean next March upon the completion of The Indian Premier League (IPL) after postponement due to the Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) , including World Cup (WC) and Ashes.
“I have mentioned to the players a couple of times, we will make difficult decisions on their workloads and wellbeing,” Giles stated.
“ We’re planning on the involvement of England players in England matches. We’ve got a full Future Tours Programme , If those tours (to Bangladesh and Pakistan) are going ahead, I’d them to be there” Giles added.
Majority of England Players Returned to UK
Eoin Morgan is still in Maldives having decided to take an earlier flight out of India to United Kingdom (UK) while the majority of the Players from England have now returned to United Kingdom (UK) and in the middle of their 10-day mandatory quarantine