The International Cricket Council has added four new players to the men’s T20 World Cup. Therefore, the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 Event Technical Committee has approved four player replacements. Dushmantha Chameera has been replaced in the Sri Lankan squad by Kasun Rajitha after he suffered a torn left calf muscle. So, read out complete details about ICC replaces 4 players in Men’s T20 World Cup down below!
ICC replaces 4 players in Men’s T20 World Cup.
Four player substitutions were given the go light by the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 Event Technical Committee. So, after Dushmantha Chameera tore his left calf muscle, he was replaced in the Sri Lankan squad by Kasun Rajitha.
Although Rajitha calls Sri Lanka home for the time being, he hopes to soon relocate to Australia. So, Danushka Gunathilaka, who has a torn left hamstring, will be replaced by the traveling reserve, Ashen Bandara.
Unfortunately for the United Arab Emirates, Zawar Farid’s squad position has been eliminated due to a fractured left foot. Plus, in his place is Fahad Nawaz, the team’s backup player. Finally, English player Tymal Mills will sub in for the injured Reece Topley (left ankle) in Australia. Mills has arrived early.
Wasim Khan (ICC General Manager Cricket) chairs the Event Technical Committee for the ICC Twenty20 World Cup 2022. (Chair). Cricket Australia’s Peter Roach and ICC Head of Events Chris Tetley; ICC President David Richardson; ICC Chief Executive Officer Shane Doyle. Group of Local Host Committee Members for the 2017 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup; Shaun Pollock (Independent) and Ian Bishop (Independent).