Digital Desk, New Delhi Delhi. New Zealand captain Kane Williamson has expressed concern about the upcoming tour of New Zealand England for the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL) 14th season and two-match Test series.
The IPL runs from April to June, with New Zealand playing a two-match Test series against England in June. Williamson wants to see how things progress by June.
Speaking to Crisinfo, Ken Williamson said, “It’s definitely not a preferred choice.” I knew it was planned, so we had no idea it was going to happen. We need to mold ourselves as quickly as possible to suit the circumstances.
Most of the big players from New Zealand play in the IPL. Apart from Williamson, Trent Boult, Kyle Jameson and Lucky Ferguson are also part of the IPL. Although these players are free to play in the T20 format under the New Zealand Cricket Policy, all of these players will be part of their franchise in the IPL.
He said we will see how the situation is until the programs are finally announced. But we have to wait for the moment. We need to think about getting out of quarantine as soon as possible, it is necessary but it is not in our hands.
New Zealand have already qualified for the World Test Championship. On the other hand, the official announcement of IPL programs has not been made yet. However, the IPL is expected to end in the first week of June. New Zealand will play a five-match T20 series against Australia from Monday.