Cricket Australia put these conditions ahead of BCCI, ban on players before IPL

New Delhi: Fans are eagerly awaiting the 14th season of the IPL. Recently the mini auction also ended and the teams have started their preparations. This year the IPL will start in the second week of April, which will feature many Australian cricketers including Glenn Maxwell, Zahe Richardson.

All 19 Australian cricketers will play in IPL 2021, including Steve Smith, Maxwell, Nathan Culler Nile, Richardson, David Warner and Mitchell Marsh.

Cricket Australia issued a decree

There are reports that Cricket Australia does not want its players to advertise the promotion of gambling, fast food, alcohol and tobacco brands in the upcoming Indian Premier League season.

According to, in a recent consultation sent to IPL teams, BCCI quoted Cricket Australia as saying, “ Photos of the entire team can be used by the sponsors of the respective IPL teams to promote in print media in India. Such an image will not be used for any company doing business in alcohol, fast food, fast food, tobacco or betting ”.

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Other than that, the CA said that no more than one player from the Big Bash League team or the State team can participate in an advertising campaign.

Australia cricket banned

The council’s email read: “Cricket Australia has imposed these restrictions on the use of Australian players in advertising or promotional material for the franchise.”

He said: “ Not all franchises can advertise more than one player with the central Cricket Australia contract. No more than one player from the same Australian national team will be in the advertisement and likewise the Big Bash League will also have the same player in an advertisement.