Kevin Pietersen told IPL’s biggest show, said- there should not be international cricket between it


Former England cricket team captain Kevin Pietersen termed the Indian Premier League (IPL) as the biggest show and said that there should be no international cricket between it. He said that all cricket boards should understand that IPL is the ‘biggest show of the game’ and no international matches should be organized during that time.

Significantly, England have to play a Test series against New Zealand from June 2. And now his players are in dilemma whether to play in the IPL or participate in the Test series. If their IPL team reaches the last round, then they have to choose one of the IPL finals or playing for the national team. However, England and Wales Cricket Board Director Ashley Giles has already said that the ECB will not force players to prefer international cricket over the IPL. Pietersen said, “All cricket boards should understand that IPL is the biggest show of cricket. No international matches should be organized during this time.” Very Very Simple “.

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Let us know that a total of 14 England cricketers are playing IPL, including Eoin Morgan, Jos Buttler, Ben Stokes, Johnny Bairstow, Chris Woakes and Sam Curran. Explain that the limited-over series is being played between South Africa and Pakistan only during the IPL. However, the South African cricketer will leave this series in the middle and come to India to play IPL. It includes players such as Quinton Dickock, David Miller, Kagiso Rabada and Enrique Nortje.

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