The UAE T20 tournament is shaping up to be one of the biggest leagues ever. It sets the total payout of the top cricketer to $450,000 per season. That means we will see many familiar cricketers joining the squads. However, the biggest news is probably David Warner ditching the Australian Big Bash League (BBL) to participate in the ILT20. So after the news of David warner could skip the bbl warner news circulated everywhere.
Is David Warner Ditching BBL?
Recently, news has surfaced that David Warner is in talks with ILT20. David Warner Could Skip the BBL To Play In UAE T20 Tournament Backed by IPL Franchises. The UAE T20 league will launch around the same time as the popular Australian league, BBL. Hence, some players have to decide on one tournament.
Currently, Warner is negotiating his place in the UAE T20 league, which is backed by IPL franchise owners. However, the 35-year-old Australian cricket would require a No Objection Certificate from CA (Cricket Australia). Considering BBL will launch at the same time, it is highly unlikely that CA will grant Warner the certificate.
In BBL, Warner has been a part of Sydney Thunder and Sydney Sixers. However, some rumors say that Warner is skipping BBL because IPL is backing up the ILT20. Three franchises out of six are from IPL in the UAE T20 league
Moreover, David Warner has also been a part of IPL. He has played in Sunrisers Hyderabad and Delhi Capitals.
It is difficult to say whether Warner will be granted permission to skip BBL as of now. However, the main takeaway of this news is the power of the UAE T20 league David Warner Could Skip the BBL. We have yet to see which other popular players will make headlines in the ILT20.
A source close to the CA team has suggested that the company may even consider mandating the attendance of its contractual talent to the BBL in the future to avoid a similar problem.
The former Sydney Thunder and Sydney Sixers player has previously played for the Sydney Thunder and Sydney Sixers. As a frequent participant in the Indian Premier League, he has played for the Delhi Capitals and the Sunrisers Hyderabad, the latter leading to the 2016 championship title.
A report stated that each of the six teams would have a wage cap of about $2 million, which will affect their players’ salaries.
It is expected that all 35 matches of the tournament will begin the following January. This will likely clash with the Pakistan Super League and the BBL.