Players leaving IPL 2019 early: Star performers Recalled By Countries For World Cup Preparations

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Players leaving IPL 2019 early – With prior commitments and world cup preparations kicking off, the riveting Indian Premier League is set to see several of its outstanding performers make their way back for international duty. Among the countries who are calling back their players at the midway stage are England, South Africa, Bangladesh and Australia owing to predetermined international series that the countries are partaking in to get their playing XI nailed on before the world cup.

Players leaving IPL 2019 early

The mass exit has already begun in the form of English players plying their exceptional goods out for one last time in the tournament. While Sunrisers Hyderabad Jonny Bairstow played his last match against the Chennai Super Kings last night, RCB’s Moeen Ali has also talked about going back to his

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country following his franchisee’s encounter Kings XI Punjab slated for today.

Players leaving IPL 2019 early

Following up will be Rajasthan Royal’s main players in Jos Butler and Ben stokes with the two expected to leave in the next couple of days given the fact that England are slated to play an ODI series against Pakistan within the period of one week. The franchisee, who are all but out of the tournament, will end up being the most severely affected with pacer Jofra Archer also at risk of leaving if his selected by the English cricket board in the upcoming weeks. The departure of their English contingent leaves a huge gaping hole in the Royals unit, one they’ll find impossible to paper over as we head into the final weeks of the tournament.

Players leaving IPL 2019 early

With South Africa and Australia among the other countries who’ve asked their players to report back to the national camp in the first week of May for world cup sessions, the Indian Premier League will be left with a dearth of specialist players as we end into the business end of the tournament. Profound players who’ve emphatically taken over the tournament with their ravishing and alluring performances in the form of Faf du Plessis, David Warner, Steve Smith, Kagiso Rabada, to name a few.

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Players leaving IPL 2019 early

Elsewhere, the availability of West Indian players for the final few matches of the group stage and knock-out stages is yet a contentious issue with no clarity yet coming from their governing council. The country is set to announce its world cup squad on 25th April, the only side to release their side and player call back will be a clearer issue proceeding the team release.

Players leaving IPL 2019 early

On the other hand, players from New Zealand and Afghanistan will be playing throughout the entirety of the tournament, having being given the all clear by their boards before the tournament began. Sides like DC and SRH who have in their artillery some of the biggest names from New Zealand cricket will get a massive boost in the face of adversary for other sides.

One thing is for sure though. Player from England and Australia especially have taken over the tournament till now with their stupendous performances, one which was befitting of such a colossal stage. Their services will be sorely missed, not just by franchisees but spectators as well, who’ll be left yearning to watch their favourite players leading their side to unprecedented glory.

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Players leaving IPL 2019 early

Players leaving IPL 2019 early

  1. Chennai Super Kings: Faf du Plessis, Imran Tahir 
  2. Royal Challengers Bangalore: Moeen Ali, Dale Steyn, Marcus Stoinis, Heinrich Klaasen
  3. Rajasthan Royals: Jos Buttler, Ben Stokes, Steve Smith, Jofra Archer, 
  4. Sunrisers Hyderabad: David Warner, Jonny Bairstow, Shakib Al Hasan
  5. Mumbai Indians: Jason Behrendorff, Quinton de Kock
  6. Kings XI Punjab: David Miller
  7. Delhi Capitals: Kagiso Rabada
  8. Kolkata Knight Riders: Joe Denly

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