Not only the country but also foreign players dream of playing in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Players are auctioned before every season of the IPL. Franchise teams participate extensively in this auction and buy players for millions of crores. But this time the impact of Corona in IPL 2021 is clearly visible. This time due to the epidemic corona, the audience will not be seen in the field. One by one players are hit by Corona. The BCCI is also concerned about the rising cases of corona. Chennai Super King’s team is looking for a new player. The team has to work hard to replace Josh Hazlewood. But due to Corona, many players are refusing to come to India to play IPL.
Looking for Josh Heidelwood’s alternative
In view of the increasing cases of Corona in the country, some foreign players do not want to come to India and play IPL. According to reports, Australian fast bowler Josh Hedlewood had withdrawn his name from the tournament at the last minute. Now due to Corona, the team is facing a lot of trouble in finding their option. CSK team management has contacted some players. But he refused to play due to Corona’s predicament in Mumbai.
Stanlake and Topli reject the proposal
According to a report, CSK management has first approached Australian pacer Billy Stanlake as an alternative to Josh Hazlewood. According to reports, he has turned down the Chennai team’s offer. Billy was followed by England’s left-arm fast bowler Reece Topley in the squad. He has also rejected the Chennai team’s proposal. It is being told that both players have not been able to replace Josh with Corona.