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IPL 2021: BCCI official discloses, foreign players salary will be cut – InsideSport

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Ashley Giles, Managing Director, England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), has already said that England players will not be allowed to participate in the UAE leg of IPL due to national commitments. 

 

England will host Pakistan and Bangladesh for the limited-overs series and are expecting all its players to be available. Giles added that even if players are rested they will not be given NOCs to keep them fresh for the T20I World Cup, followed by Ashes. 

Cricket Australia, although, still has to discuss the prospect of whether to allow its players for IPL, it is unlikely given their packed schedule. New Zealand might follow the same route as the ECB.

 

Highest earning players who can miss IPL 2021: Ben Stokes, Jhye Richardson, Kyle Jamieson, Glenn Maxwell, David Warner, Pat Cummins, Rashid Khan

 

IPL 2021 Salary: What about Indian players?

 

Under the standard contract, India’s centrally contracted players do not have to worry about the IPL, courtesy of BCCI’s “Players Insurance” scheme. 

 

It is an insurance policy for all centrally contracted players. The scheme was introduced before the starting of the fourth season in 2011 after a discussion between then BCCI secretary N Srinivasan and the Indian team players. Under the insurance scheme, players are compensated in case of IPL non-appearance/unavailability due to injury/accident amongst other reasons.

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