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Only a few days are left for IPL 2024 to start. Cricket fans around the world, including India, have been waiting for this tournament for a long time, while they are waiting even more for the return of Rishabh Pant. Who has been away from cricket for 14 months. He had to take a long break due to a car accident in December 2022. But now he has been declared fit by BCCI to play in the 17th edition of the upcoming Indian Premier League. He will lead Delhi Capitals and will also play as a wicketkeeper-batsman.

Delhi Capitals shared video –

After being declared fit by BCCI, Pant has joined the camp of Delhi Capitals. Delhi Capitals has shared an emotional video welcoming him.

IPL 2024 will start from March 22

The Indian Premier League 2024 will start on March 22 with the match between Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). IPL 2024 complete schedule has not been released yet. At present, a schedule of 15 days has been released in view of the Lok Sabha elections 2024. The complete schedule will be released in a few days.

Pant can play World Cup

It is noteworthy that Rishabh Pant will take the field against Punjab in Chandigarh for the first time after the accident on March 23. If Pant's performance remains good during this period, he may return to the team for the upcoming T20 World Cup. Before Pant was declared fit, BCCI Secretary Jay Shah had said that Pant is batting well and keeping well – we will declare him fit soon – if he can play T20 World Cup for us, it will be a big thing. There will be talk. If he can keep, he can play the World Cup, now it has to be seen how he performs in the IPL.

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