BRITISH IPL PLAYERS UNLIKELY TO FACE NEW ZEALAND

In the next month’s Test matches against New Zealand, British IPL players are unlikely to participate. 

Those returning from the late IPL, including Jos Buttler, Jonny Bairstow, Chris Woakes, Sam Curran and Moeen Ali, will not return after the obligatory 10-day quarantine period.

The quarantine period will end this weekend, more than two weeks before the first trial in the House of Lords.

The first test for the black hat will begin on June 2.

Due to the increase in coronavirus cases among players, the IPL was suspended in early May.

For returning players, the deadline is considered too tight, which means that Ollie Robinson, Craig Overton and James Bressey will call.

Meanwhile, head coach Chris Silverwood retired from the team for one day in this summer, while the main coaches Graham Thorpe and Paul Collingwood were behind. Up. England will conduct 7 tests and 12 international matches from June to mid-September, with white balls.

"I will give up control of ODI. "If my workload is less than 100%, it would be unfair to the players, and it would be unfair to me," Silverwood said.

"It is important that our employees are as cool as possible. You have seen that throughout the winter, we have tried our best to do this with the players, and it is equally important to do this with the employees. We have to take care of each other, this one point is very important." said Silverwood.