There is a tremendous craze among the people regarding IPL (Indian Premier League) in the country. Due to their excellent performance in this most expensive T20 league of the world, many players of the country have made it to the Indian team. The situation is that young players of India have started giving preference to IPL instead of first class cricket. This is the reason why now BCCI is going to bring new and strict rules. If sources are to be believed, it will be mandatory for the players to play at least three-four Ranji matches, only then they can be eligible to play IPL matches. Otherwise, IPL franchises will be asked to release the players and not only this, they will also be banned from the auction.

Actually, this issue arose when India’s star wicket-keeper batsman Ishan had requested for a break during the South Africa tour, after which he did not play any match and returned home, not only this, in the meantime, he had to face the newly appointed captain of Mumbai Indians. Was seen practicing with Hardik Pandya in Baroda when his Ranji team Jharkhand was not performing well. It is learned that BCCI officials have already instructed Kishan to play in Jharkhand’s final league match against Rajasthan in Jamshedpur from February 16. But Kishan’s preference for IPL instead of being available for his team displeased the BCCI officials. In such a situation, news has come out that BCCI can make strict rules regarding the players playing IPL.

Playing Ranji will be mandatory for IPL

According to sources, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) may make it mandatory to play some Ranji Trophy matches for participation in this T20 league. A senior BCCI official told a news agency regarding this issue, “The policy makers of BCCI are well aware of the fact that some players do not want to play red ball cricket. If he is out of the Indian team, he does not join his state team during the first-class season after playing a few matches of the Mushtaq Ali T20 tournament.

He said, “To prevent players from doing this, the board can make it mandatory to play three-four matches of Ranji Trophy. If the player does not do so, he cannot play in the IPL and even if his franchise releases him, he cannot participate in the IPL auction,” the official said. That BCCI should make some strict rules in this regard so that young players do not look down on Ranji Trophy.” It is also learned that the Indian team management is troubled by such players who do not want to play in Ranji Trophy even if they are fit. Are.

“We can understand Hardik Pandya’s case as his body cannot bear the workload of red-ball cricket,” the official said. He cannot handle the workload of Test cricket and it is important for India to stay fit for ICC competitions. But there are some other young players who, when I talk to them, say that they are still working on their fitness. Are working. This trend has to be stopped at some level.

BCCI made it mandatory to play the next round of Ranji

According to media reports, BCCI has made it mandatory for those players who are currently out of the team to play the next round of Ranji Trophy. The Board has said in its decision that all the players who are currently out of the national team or are undergoing rehab process in the NCA, will be able to participate in the next round of Ranji Trophy matches starting from February 16 with immediate effect. Connect with your teams. It has been said in the board’s order that players cannot give priority only to international cricket or IPL but they will have to keep themselves available for domestic cricket also. Apart from Ishan, this decision of the board is also applicable to other players like Krunal Pandya and Deepak Chahar who are out of the national team either due to injury or form and are not playing Ranji Trophy. Apart from this, Shreyas Iyer is also included in this list, Shreyas is currently in NCA.

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