IPL 2023: South Africa Players IPL – Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH), Chennai Super Kings (CSK), Punjab Kings (Punjab Kings), and Gujarat Titans (GT)…
IPL 2023: South Africa Players IPL – Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH), Chennai Super Kings (CSK), Punjab Kings (Punjab Kings), and Gujarat Titans (GT) will receive a huge shot in the arm as South African stars will arrive in India today for Indian Premier League (IPL). The likes of Aiden Markram, David Miller, Kagiso Rabada, Quinton de Kock, and others missed the opening matches of IPL 2023 due to the three-match ODI series against the Netherlands. The series ended on April 2, with Proteas winning the series 2-0. Follow IPL 2023 Live Updates with InsideSport.IN.
SRH will be hugely bolstered with the South African players’ arrival. The side has as many as three Proteas players with Aiden Markram leading the team. Marco Jansen and Henrich Klassen are the remaining two players for SRH, who are set to play a crucial role in IPL 2023 season. All three players are in good form, with Markram bagging the player of the series award against the Netherlands. David Miller will join GT.
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The southpaw was a revelation last time around as the finisher for the side scoring 481 runs in 17 matches. Miller would be keen to replicate that form in IPL 2023 season and help GT defend the title.
IPL 2023: How many South African players are playing IPL 2023 season?
Faf du Plessis, Quinton de Kock, Kagiso Rabada, Aiden Markram, Lungi Ngidi, Anrich Nortje, David Miller, Rilee Rossouw, Tristan Stubbs, Marco Jansen, Duan Jansen, Donovan Ferreira, Dewald Brevis, Sisanda Magala, and Dwaine Pretorius spread across nine teams. Among these currently, only Du Plessis, Duan Jansen, Pretorius, Brevis, Stubbs, Rossouw, and Ferreira have joined the respective franchises.
IPL 2023: Loss for South Africa fans as they miss out on IPL broadcast for the first time
Fans in South Africa won’t be able to watch the 16th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) on TV as their pay-television broadcaster SuperSport confirmed it had not secured the rights. This will be the first time South African public who won’t be watching IPL on TV as Viacom 18 has not made any deal with SuperSport. After 15 long years of showing IPL on TV, SuperSport lost the broadcast rights for the IPL 16th season after losing the Sub-Saharan African rights to Viamcom18 in June.