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New Delhi: The tournament has been suspended indefinitely after the entry of Coronavirus in the Bio Bubble of IPL 2021. The BCCI has taken this decision when news of players and members of the teams being consistently positive began to emerge. Along with this, continuous questions are being raised on how foreign players will be sent to their homes.

Plenty of foreign players in IPL

In the 14th season of IPL 2021, the number of foreign players is very high. Every team has included veteran cricketers from all over the world in their camp. Let us see which foreign players are present in India at present in every franchise.

Mumbai Indians

Australia: Nathan Coulter Nile and Chris Lynn
New Zealand: Trent Bol.

Delhi Capitals

Australia: Marcus Stoinis and Steve Smith
South Africa: Kagiso Rabada and Enrich Nortje
England: Tom Curren, Chris Woakes and Sam Billings.

Kolkata Knight Riders

Australia: Pat Cummins and Ben Cutting
England: Eoin Morgan
New Zealand: Locky Fergusen and Tim Sheffert
Bangladesh: Shakib Al Hasan.

RCB

Australia: Glenn Maxwell and Daniel Summers. Daniel Christian, Ken Richardson and Adam Jampa have already returned home
South Africa: Quinton Dickock and AB de Villiers
New Zealand: Finn Allen and Kyle Jameson.

Chennai Super Kings

Australia: Jason Behrendorff
South Africa: Lungi ngidi
England: Moeen Ali and Sam Curren
New Zealand: Michelle Santner.

Sunrisers Hyderabad

Australia: David warner
England: Jason Roy and Johnny Bairstow
New Zealand: Kane williamson
Afghanistan: Rashid Khan and Mujib ur Rehman.

Rajasthan Royals

Australia: Andrew Ty has already returned home
South Africa: David miller
England: Jose Butler. Liam Livingstone has returned to the UK
Bangladesh: Mustafizur Rahman.

Punjab Kings

Australia: Mises Henriques and Jaye Richardson
South Africa: David miller
England: Chris Jordan and David Malan
Bangladesh: Mustafizur rahman

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