Australian players, associate members, commentators and match officials are currently in the Maldives (steve_smith49 / Instagram)
After the postponement of IPL 2021, Australian players have moved to Maldives where they are waiting for the opening of their country’s border. If IPL 2021 is also canceled, then the Australian players will get full salary.
New Delhi. Australian players such as David Warner, Pat Cummins and Steven will get paid in full in case of the remaining matches of IPL 2021. In the event of the tournament being canceled under various insurance schemes, various franchises of IPL have covered most of their players. It is expected that the Australian players will get around $ 18 million if the IPL is canceled. After the IPL was postponed, the Australian players, coaches and associate staff moved to Maldives from India. The Australian Government and Cricket Board are working on a plan to bring all these people back to the country safely. Australia’s borders are opening from 15 May. The BCCI and IPL franchises are providing chartered flights for the players’ homecoming. There is a possibility that the remaining matches of the IPL may be organized before the T20 World Cup. This year the T20 World Cup is to be held in India. Apart from India, England and United Arab Emirates (UAE) are also emerging as potential venues for IPL events. However, it will not be easy for the BCCI to organize the remaining IPL matches in September. The England and Wales Cricket Board has announced that English cricketers will not be available to play in the second leg of IPL 2021. At the same time, players of New Zealand are also expected to play. The Australian cricket team currently has time left in September, but their plans may also change in the next few days. Also read: IPL 2021: Ben Stokes will be away from the field for two months, the remaining matches of IPL will not be played.4 interviewed for women’s team coach, 4 former women players also in race According to the Future Tours Program (FTP), Cricket will host Sri Lanka for a limited overs series from Australia before the T20 World Cup. Before that, the Australian team will tour the West Indies in June-July. In 2011, various franchisees of the IPL had taken insurance policies to cover the salary of the players. However players like Andrew Tye, Adam Zampa and Ken Richardson will not come under the insurance policy as they have left the IPL on their own.