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Kolkata Knight Riders trouble before IPL 2020

The 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 tournament is starting to begin on 29 March. IPL auction on December 19 (Kolkata).

The Kolkata Knight Riders, like all franchises, have taken good cricket in their squad. But since the auction, the team has in trouble. Kolkata Knight Riders players who have taken on the team are engaging in controversy one after another.

Now, the Kolkata Knight Riders team has had a lot of problems with batting and bowling. Nitish Rana is one of the reliable middle-order batsmen in the Kolkata team. And Shivam Movie is an All-rounder skillful player.

Nitish Rana and Shivam Movie, the two players have been accused of stealing age.

The Delhi District Cricket Association (DDCA) has set a deadline for Rana to submit the correct papers at his original age. If these allegations are proven to be true, both can be banned. In that case, Kolkata will suffer.

Kolkata might not have had a place for Andre Russell, Sunil Narine, Eoin Morgan, and Pat Cummins, but last year’s T20 World Cup guaranteed to increase the team’s strength as the greenest player to be the most expensive bowler.’

The bowler was in trouble for the ball for the Sydney Thunder in the Big Bash League that day. Cricket Australia has declared his bowling action illegal. He will not be able to compete in any tournament organized by Cricket Australia for at least ninety days. After ninety days, he has to be tested again. If he passes there, he can only bowl. Although he apparently has no problem playing for Kolkata, once he has subjected to illegal activity, his bowling must be on the watch.

The young Indian star Shubman Gill with Sunil Narine would open the innings in Kolkata. A few days ago, Ranji got out of the trophy and started quarreling with the umpire. After that, the umpire was forced to change that decision. It is said that in order to improve the conduct, an officer of the selection committee will be ‘counseling’ to Shubman Gill.

Pravin Tambe: The BCCI has made it clear that no Indian player can play in any franchise league other than the IPL, except for the already retired players. Veteran Tambu played in the UAE’s T-Ten League last year without retiring, which is against the rules. That why Pravin Tambe can’t play IPL.

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