Right now does no roadmap appear to have the 13th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The BCCI has postponed the league till April 15, but the question still remains whether the IPL will be in place even after that. Because the way Corona virus cases are increasing in the country, its difficult to say. Given the threat of Corona, the Australian government has made it clear to the players that traveling abroad in this environment is not right. In such a situation, 17 players of Australia are finding it difficult to play in IPL.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has issued instructions to citizens not to travel to any country to deal with the Covid-19. The government has clearly said that these instructions will remain in force next month as well. Cricket Australia (CA) has also supported the government's decision. Although the CA had earlier issued NOCs to the players for the IPL, it has now supported the government's travel advisory.
Australian one-day team captain Aaron Finch said in a local radio chat that we have never seen the travel advisory changed within a few hours. It may change in the next two or three weeks. This time it is important to protect yourself. The eight teams from the 13th season of the IPL include a total of 17 Australians. In the auction for the 13th season of IPL, Australia's fast bowler Pat Cummins was sold for the most expensive 15.50 crores. KKR bought him in IPL auction.