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Buttler Hits his Maiden Ton
Jos Buttler has made a brilliant knock of 124 in just 64 balls and helped his side to post a challenging total of 220/3 in 20 overs against Sunrisers Hyderabad. Buttler is been in fantastic touch with the bat but he wasn’t able to continue his form consistently. But today he has delivered one of his best IPL knock when the team needed it the most. Let’s wait and see if Buttler can continue his brilliant form in the remainder of IPL2021 or not.
Jos Buttler Will Miss Rajasthan Royals’ Season Opener Against Chennai Super Kings
The opening match of Rajasthan Royals, which is going to be held on 22nd September (Tuesday) against Chennai Super Kings, one of the strongest player of RR, Jos Buttler will not be included. He is in his quarantine period with his family in Dubai. Jos Buttler was participating in the Eng-Aus limited over series. On a different flight, he arrived at Dubai for the 2020 IPL unlike other Australian and English cricketers who were arrived in a chartered flight together. During a live video from the RR, he said “I am unlucky to miss the 1st match of Rajasthan Royals as I am in my quarantine period with my family”.
Buttler To Miss RR’s IPL Opener
Jos Buttler is set to miss the opening of the Rajasthan Royals tournament against the Chennai Super Kings on Tuesday (September 22) in quarantine with his family in Dubai. England and Australia players travelled from one bubble to another after their limited series in the UK, with the BCCI lowering the quarantine time to 36 hours for players. Buttler, who has skipped the series due to family responsibilities, will be subject to mandatory quarantine for six days, provided that he and his family traveled separately to Dubai.
Jos Buttler to miss England’s final T20 against Australia
Jos Buttler, the wicket-keeper-batsman of team England will miss the last T20I match against Australia, which is scheduled to be held on 8th September 2020 (Tuesday) in Southampton. On Sunday (06-09-2020) evening, he left the bio-secure environment of England to be with his family after playing an important role in the winning streak of Australia in the second T20 match. Jos Buttler has played all six Test matches before going for the white-ball squad for the England- Australia series. And in these 10 weeks of duration, he has not in touch with his family members. On Thursday, he will be back to join the ODI series.