Australian pacemaker Mitchell Stark is considering Indian Premier League (IPL) upcoming big auction. Starc intends to return to the cash-rich league for the first time since 2015, when he played for . Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).
say in advance Fifth Ashes Test in Hobart, Starc revealed that he has all the paperwork ready and plans to make a final decision on entering the IPL mega auction.
“I have two days to process my paperwork, so that’s probably what I have to do today before training. I haven’t written my name yet, but I still have a few days to decide. Whatever the schedule How it’s arranged, it’s definitely on the table. I haven’t had it for about six years,” Stark told cricket net.
“The obvious emphasis on T20 over the last period and the World Cup coming up later this year is a factor to consider,” he said. He added.
In the 2015 season, Starc played in as many as 27 games, winning 34 wickets for RCB, hitting 17 and scoring 7.16. Despite being one of the most valuable T20 bowlers in the world, Starc chose not to play in the IPL and decided to use the April-May period to rest and spend time with his family.
Regarding workload, Starc will have to manage again as Australia have three ODI series and one-off T20Is at home new Zealand, which ends in the second week of February.After New Zealand series, Australia will host Sri Lanka Five T20I stages from February 11th to 20th.Then, Australia will tour Pakistan In late February, before the three tests in March, as many ODIs and one T20I as possible were then completed in the first week of April.
Notably, the IPL has expanded to 10-team competition in 2022, each of which will play in 18 league and playoff games.