IPL 2021: These 10 Players Will Not Be Part of IPL Phase 2, Know Full Details

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IPL 2021 Phase 2 Update: The stage of the second phase of IPL 2021 is once again going to be decorated in UAE. The first phase of IPL was being played in India itself, but it was postponed due to coronavirus infection. Now once again from September 19, the remaining matches of IPL will be held in UAE. Till now 29 matches of IPL have been done and 31 matches are left. All the remaining matches will be held in the UAE’s three stadiums in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Sharjah. 

Teams have also started traveling to UAE for this. Now less than a month is left in the first match of IPL. Meanwhile, it has also started to become clear that which players will play IPL and which players will not play. Teams are also taking replacements of players who are not playing. Although this will affect the teams, to compensate for this, the teams are also adding new players with them.

Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins is the first and biggest name in the player who will not be seen in IPL Phase Two. When the IPL is being played, Pat Cummins will become a father at the same time, so he will not be involved in it. Pat Cummins plays IPL for KKR. The T20 World Cup is to be held in the UAE soon after the IPL, it is said that Pat Cummins will be seen playing in it. After this, the second name is Jos Butler. It’s the same thing with Joe Butler as it is with Pat Cummins. He is also going to be a father. That is why he has also withdrawn his name. Rajasthan Royals has added Glenn Phillips to their team in his place. Adam Zampa, who plays for Royal Challengers Bangalore, will also not be a part of IPL 2021 Phase 2. He soon returned to his country in the first phase of IPL 2021 as well. 

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RCB has replaced him with Sri Lankan spinner Wanindu Hasaranga. Australian bowler Kane Richardson, who plays for RCB, will also not be seen this time. He has withdrawn his name. Although he may be seen playing in the T20 World Cup. Another Australian fast bowler Riley Meredith has also refused to play IPL. Riley Meredith is said to be suffering from a side strain. Meredith was playing for Punjab Kings in IPL Phase One. 

Another Australian fast bowler Jhye Richardson will also not be seen this time. He has also withdrawn his name. Punjab Kings included him in their team even before IPL 2021. Daniel Sams is also a player who has withdrawn his name. It is said that Daniel Sams wanted a break for a few days due to mental health, so he is not playing IPL. Sams was playing for RCB, captained by Virat Kohli. Finn Allen, who plays for RCB, may also be out of the IPL. It is said that he will be with his team, so he can miss the remaining matches of the IPL. England’s fast bowler Jofra Archer is the most talked-about player to be out of the second phase of IPL 2021. Jofra Archer has been recovering from an elbow injury for a long time. He is not able to play even with his England team.

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