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RCB and CSK breathe a sigh of relief for IPL 2023: Know why Faf Duplesey and MS Dhoni are now tension free

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There are only two days till the commencement of the IPL 2023. The squads of CSK and Gujarat Titans will square off on March 31 in the evening.

The IPL 2023 is only two days away, but there is a good news for the teams. CSK captain MS Dhoni and RCB captain Faf Duplesey may have breathed a sense of relief. The IPL begins on March 31, however several countries, notably Sri Lanka, South Africa, and New Zealand, will compete throughout the first week.

Sri Lanka Cricket has disputed claims that their players will be barred from participating in the IPL auction starting next year. Two tests have already been completed in the series between Sri Lanka and New Zealand.

Following that, there will be a three-match T20 series, with two matches on April 5 and 8. The Sri Lankan Board has granted No Objection Certificates (NOCs) to the players in order for them to participate in the IPL following the New Zealand trip, and the BCCI has approved them.

The BCCI has approved the Sri Lankan Board’s No Objection Certificates (NOCs) enabling the players to participate in the IPL following the New Zealand trip, and the BCCI has voiced no unhappiness with the players’ inability to compete in the first four matches.

Many South African players, including David Miller, Kagiso Rabada, Quinton de Kock, Anrich Norkhia, and Lungi Ngidi, will miss the first five IPL 2023 matches. South Africa will host the Netherlands for two One Day Internationals on March 31 and April 2, following which its players will be allowed to go to India and join their respective clubs for the IPL. After a week, the captains will be able to select their starting XI from their complete team.

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