Australian cricketers who fled Covid-19-ravaged India when the IPL was suspended earlier this month were released from quarantine in Sydney on Monday, after spending 14 days isolating in hotel rooms.
Before it was curtailed just after its halfway stage due to Covid-19, 29 matches were played between the eight 2021 IPL teams. Though South Africa’s batsmen grabbed the headlines, one bowler in particular also stood out with his top speeds.
With the 2021 edition of the Indian Premier League now indefinitely postponed, we take a look at the players who finished with the most runs and wickets.
New Zealand batsman Tim Seifert was forced to stay in India after testing positive for coronavirus as his fellow Kiwi cricketers fled from the Covid-19 crisis in India to the Maldives, officials said on Saturday.
Match-fixing during associate tournaments are on the rise and the anti-corruption units should give those as much attention as they are giving the big leagues … Ryan Vrede discusses the issue.
Despite the recent hike in Covid-19 cases, Cricket South Africa is optimistic about the Proteas possibly touring India later this year.
India cricket chief Sourav Ganguly has defended the attempt to hold the Indian Premier League during the country’s coronavirus emergency, insisting it was not a mistake.
The last of South Africa’s IPL players will return home on Friday following the tournament’s indefinite postponement due to Covid-19.
Cricket authorities in Australia and New Zealand have rushed to evacuate star players from Covid-19-hit India on Wednesday, after the lucrative Indian Premier League was abandoned.
The IPL 2021 season has been suspended with immediate effect by the BCCI due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis in India. CARL LEWIS reflects on the performance of each South African.
The IPL’s indefinite postponement was inevitable, but the fact organisers took so long to make the decision beggars belief, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Cricket South Africa is currently negotiating the possible return of South African players from India after the IPL was indefinitely suspended on Tuesday.
It has been confirmed that the BCCI has indefinitely suspended this season’s IPL amid the coronavirus crisis in India.
The Chennai Super Kings’ match against the Rajasthan Royals on Wednesday has been postponed after two staff members from the CSK camp returned positive Covid-19 tests.
Former Australian cricketer Michael Slater slammed his government on Monday for threatening to jail anyone who breaks its India travel ban, telling the prime minister he had ‘blood on your hands’.