CSK, SRH, GT, RCB, DC to start on a negative note


IPL 2022: Bad news for 5 IPL franchises – With just 3 weeks left for the IPL 2022, 5 teams CSK, SRH, GT, RCB, DC are expected to start on a negative note. The development comes as a big setback to these franchises due to the absence/injury of key players. Follow IPL 2022 latest updates on InsideSport.IN

IPL 2022: 5 IPL franchises CSK, SRH, GT, RCB, DC will start IPL 2022 on a negative note, check why?

CSK – Deepak Chahar

In what comes as a major blow for Chennai Super Kings, Deepak Chahar will miss the majority of IPL 2022 with a hamstring injury. Deepak Chahar has suffered a quadricep tear and will take several weeks to heal.

Chahar suffered the injury in India’s third T20 against West Indies during a fiery spell and was ruled out of the Sri Lanka series. He is currently undergoing rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru.

GT – Jason Roy Pulls out

England opening batter Jason Roy has opted out of Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022. Roy was picked up by Gujarat Titans for the base price of Rs 2 crore in the mega auction in Bengaluru.

“Hi everyone, especially the Gujarat Titans fans and squad. It’s with a heavy heart I have decided to pull out of this year’s tournament. With everything going on in the world over the last 3 years it’s added up and taken its toll on me,” Roy said in an official statement on Twitter.

“I feel it’s only right I spend some quality time with my family.  I will be following each game of the Titans and backing them to lift the trophy in their first year of the tournament,” he added.

RCB – No Glenn Maxwell for initial matches

Australia’s Glenn Maxwell, who was retained for Rs 11 crore, has decided to keep the date for the wedding with fiancee Vini Raman. As a result, he is slated to miss a few matches of the IPL 2022. With AB De Villiers’ resignation, Maxwell is a vital cog of the franchise and backbone of the middle-order.

SRH – Simon Katich pulls out – as he disagreed with promoter KAVYA MARAN’s decisions

Simon Katich has quit Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) coaching role. He decided to ‘MOVE-ON’ in protest & complete disagreement with the way SRH went about in selecting squad at IPL Auction. He was irked by CEO Kavya Maran’s decision to splash the cash on Abhishek Sharma, Rahul Tripathi and two uncapped retentions and not retain Rashid Khan.

DC – Australian cricketers not allowed till March 6 by CRICKET AUSTRALIA

Delhi Capitals has both Mitchell Marsh and David Warner in their lineup. Both were sureshot starters in playing XI. But now Ricky Ponting coached & Rishabh Pant led team will have to strategize accordingly.

IPL 2022: DC and RCB to suffer the most – Delhi Capitals (DC) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) are set to suffer the most with their contacted Australian players set to miss the initial few games due to quarantine norms and their series against Pakistan. Australian players will be available only from April 6.

  • DC & RCB will suffer the most among all the IPL teams with contracted Australian cricketers.
  • Delhi Capitals has both Mitchell Marsh and David Warner in their lineup.
  • RCB is also in the same boat. Glenn Maxwell & Jason Behrendorff both will now be only available after 6th April.
  • Meanwhile, LSG have all-rounder Marcus Stoinis in the team. The all-rounder is one of the vital players alongside Kl Rahul and Ravi Bishnoi.
  • Available after mandatory quarantine – Stoinis, Marsh, Abbott, Behrendorff, and Nathan Ellis.
  • The mandatory quarantine is for 5 days. Ends on April 11 while the IPL 2022 starts on March 26, final to be played on May 29.

List of Australian Cricketers IPL 2022

  • Pat Cummins – Kolkata Knight Riders for 7.25 Crore
  • Mitchell Marsh to Delhi Capitals for 6.50cr
  • David Warner to Delhi Capitals 6.25
  • Daniel Sams to Mumbai Indians 2.6cr
  • Matthew Wade to Gujarat Lions 2.4cr
  • Sean Abbott to Sunrisers Hyderabad 2.4cr
  • Nathan Coulter-Nile to Rajasthan Royals 2cr
  • Riley Meredith to Mumbai Indians 1cr
  • Nathan Ellis to Punjab Kings 75 lakh
  • Jason Behrendorff to Royal Challengers Bangalore 75lakh
  • Glenn Maxwell Retained by Royal Challengers Bangalore 14 Crore
  • Marcus Stoinis picked by Lucknow Super Giants before IPL Auction

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IPL 2022: 5 IPL franchises CSK, SRH, GT, RCB, DC will start IPL 2022 on a negative note, check why?

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