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SRH agreed to leave Pietersen to play County cricket

SRH agreed to leave Pietersen to play County cricket
IPL 2015, Sunrisers Hyderabad(SRH) will allow pietersen and relase him to play county cricket over IPL. According to agreement between SRH and Kevin Pietersen will not be available for first phase(Group phase) and Sunrisers Hyderabad may call back Kevin Pietersen for knock out matches (from May 19 to May24). Kevin Pietersen has decided to play for county team Surrey over IPL to get back into the England national team. English board chairman Graves told that Kevin Pietersen may get back into the team if he play county cricket regularly. Pietersen thanked SRH management for their support. Kevin Pietersen was bought by them for 2 crore in IPL players auctions. They will play their first match in IPL 8 against Chennai Super Kings on April 11.


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