However, The first round of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 is now in the books. Thus, The four teams who have qualified for the Super 12 stage of the tournament are Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Scotland, and Namibia.
Oman, the co-hosts, were eliminated in the first round after losing two of their three games. Meanwhile, Papua New Guinea, who were making their debut, was unable to win a single match.
However, Even the Netherlands will return home without a win, while Ireland’s fans were unhappy with only one win in three games.
Therefore, In the first round of the T20 World Cup 2021, a number of players wowed the crowd with their efforts. In the year 2022, the Indian Premier League will expand to ten teams. As a result, there is a good likelihood that some players from associate nations may be signed to an IPL contract.
Today’s listicle will look at the three players from ICC associate members that have a chance to participate in the IPL 2022.
1. Josh Davey – Scotland
However, Josh Davey, a Scottish pacer, was crucial to the team’s progress to the Super 12 round. Thus, In Round 1 of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021, Davey had the most wickets among all players from associate nations.
2. Max O’Dowd – Netherlands
Despite the fact that the Netherlands finished bottom in their group, Max O’Dowd was a standout member of the Dutch squad. In his first two innings of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021, the starting batsman hit a half-century.
3. Jatinder Singh – Oman
With a 73-run knock against Papua New Guinea, Oman’s aggressive batter Jatinder Singh set the tone for the tournament. This occurred during the opening match of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021. Singh’s batting prowess was on display in his outstanding performance.