The oldest participant, Praveen Copper, banned from enjoying IPL 2020, BCCI has given this motive

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Now there may be solely a few month left for the IPL 2020 to start. All the franchisees are starting to finish their preparations. Meanwhile, a nasty information got here for Kolkata Knight Riders and its bowler Praveen Tambe on Wednesday. 48-year-old Praveen Tambe, the oldest drawer in IPL historical past, has been banned from enjoying this season.

The BCCI has taken this motion within the matter of enjoying with out permission in UAE's T10 League within the 12 months 2018 on this leg-spinner. IPL Chairman Brijesh Patel gave details about the ban on Kolkata Knight Riders proficient copper.

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The Indian Express newspaper quoted Brijesh Patel as saying that he wouldn’t be allowed to play IPL this 12 months. <! –

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                 "The BCCI allows only one-day, three-day or four-day matches. Now one has to seek the permission of the board or the concerned state association before playing in any league. The case of T10 league and T20 league is different."

Pravin Tambe was included in his staff by Kolkata Knight Riders at a value of Rs 20 lakhs. The 13th version of the IPL goes to start out on March 29.

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