Seven teams including Chennai Super Kings got good news before IPL 2022 season

Players from New Zealand will not play in the T20 and ODI series against the Netherlands in March and April 2022 (Netherlands tour of New Zealand, 2022), as they are already eligible for the IPL 2022.

The Indian Premier League 2022 (IPL 2022) will begin on March 26, and seven of the league’s franchises have received exciting news ahead of time. New Zealand’s head coach, Gary Stead, announced on Monday that all of the team’s key players will not play in the T20 and ODI series against the Netherlands (Netherlands tour of New Zealand, 2022). This series will take place in March-April, and IPL will be held at the same time. At the end of March, the Netherlands team will travel to New Zealand for a tour. As a result, New Zealand’s B team (Netherlands vs New Zealand) will face the Netherlands.

All of New Zealand’s players will compete in the Indian Premier League in 2022, according to Gary Stead. Seven out of ten IPL teams have received good news as a result of the New Zealand Board’s decision. Let us remind you that only three IPL teams have not placed a bet on a Kiwi player. The Rajasthan Royals have purchased three Kiwi players, which is the maximum allowed. Among them are Trent Boult, James Neesham, and Darrell Mitchell. Kane Williamson, the captain of the Sunrisers Hyderabad, is a New Zealander. Hyderabad must have breathed the heaviest sigh of relief. Glenn Phillips, on the other hand, is a member of the Hyderabad squad.

IPL 2022 season
IPL 2022 season

Chennai Super Kings can breathe a sigh of relief.

Devon Conway, Adam Milne, and Mitchell Santner, all from New Zealand, have joined Chennai Super Kings. Loki Ferguson was purchased by Gujarat Titans for a whopping sum of ten crores. Tim Seifert and KKR have recruited Tim Southee to join their team in Delhi. Finn Allen has been added to the RCB squad. The only teams without any Kiwi players are the Punjab Kings, Mumbai Indians, and Lucknow Supergiant.

Series between New Zealand and the Netherlands

New Zealand and the Netherlands will play a T20 match and a three-ODI series. On March 25, the only T20 match will be held in Napier. The ODI series is set to begin on March 29. The Bay Oval will host the first One-Day International. On April 2 and 4, the ODI series’ second and third matches will be played in Hamilton. Under the guise of the IPL, New Zealand’s young players will gain international experience.

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