Jos Buttler Bids Farewell to RR, Set to Join Eng for T20I Series Against Pak

English wicketkeeper-batter Jos Buttler has departed from the Rajasthan Royals camp, marking the end of his stint in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024. The announcement came through the Royals’ official social media channels, with Buttler seen leaving the team hotel in a video shared online.

Buttler, who serves as the white-ball captain for England, will reunite with his national teammates as they gear up to face Pakistan in a high-octane 4-match T20I series. The departure of Buttler is part of a trend where World Cup-bound English players are leaving the IPL ahead of the playoffs to fulfill their international commitments.

Expressing his sentiments before his departure, Buttler was captured on video saying, “Facetime me with the trophy. Yeah.” His departure signifies a loss for the Royals but a gain for the English national team as they prepare for the upcoming series against Pakistan.

The T20I series between England and Pakistan kicks off on May 22nd in Leeds, followed by matches in Birmingham, Cardiff, and London, respectively. Buttler’s presence will undoubtedly bolster the English squad as they aim for success against a formidable Pakistani side.

As Buttler bids adieu to the IPL, his focus now shifts to donning the national colors and contributing to England’s campaign in the T20I series, setting the stage for an exciting clash between two cricketing powerhouses.

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