10 WC Players Out

The majority of India’s T20 World Cup squad is scheduled to depart for the United States on May 25, a day before the IPL final in Chennai.

Meanwhile, the remaining players, who will be involved in the IPL final on May 26, will take a separate flight to New York City, where most of their group-stage matches will be played.

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Concerns have been raised regarding the selection of players for the T20 World Cup squad, with ten out of fifteen players not participating in the IPL playoffs due to their teams’ poor performance.

Fans are alleging a huge selection scam in WC by BCCI selectors including Ajit Agarkar and Jay Shah.

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These ten T20 WC team players are out of the IPL playoffs.

Rohit Sharma
Rishabh Pant
Shivam Dube
Arshdeep Singh
Axar Patel
Kuldeep Yadav
Hardik Pandya
Suryakumar Yadav
Ravindra Jadeja
Jasprit Bumrah

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Some important players for India’s T20 World Cup team didn’t get to play in the IPL playoffs because their teams didn’t do well. People are worried they might not play their best in the World Cup because they are out of form but still BCCI picked them. So, there’s a bit of uncertainty about how well they’ll do in the World Cup.

This absence from crucial playoff matches has raised fingers on Ajit Agarkar and Jay Shah. Fans are questioning whether the selection process for the World Cup squad was fair.

Despite Kolkata Knight Riders and Sunrisers Hyderabad performing well in the IPL, none of their players were selected for the T20 World Cup squad, which has raised eyebrows among fans.

The absence of players from successful IPL teams highlights concerns about the criteria used for selecting the World Cup squad.

With many key players entering the World Cup with a lack of recent form, there’s uncertainty about the team’s performance in the tournament.

However, fans remain hopeful that the squad can overcome these challenges and find their rhythm during the World Cup matches.