IPL 2020: Kings XI Punjab have retained retained 14 players, including Chris Gayle, and released seven players ahead of the auction to be held next month.
Australia vs Sri Lanka: Sean Abbott will replace Andrew Tye, who injured his right elbow fielding on Friday.
Andrew Tye was the Purple Cap holder in the Indian Premier League 2018.
Andrew Tye has featured in seven ODIs for Australia.
It was England's spinners who laid the platform for a much-needed victory following a stunning six-run defeat by non-Test nation Scotland in Edinburgh on Sunday.
Kings XI Punjab somehow contrived to lose their match from winning position vs Mumbai Indians.
England all-rounder Ben Stokes remained the most expensive buy, while Jaydev Unadkat bagged a bumper deal to become the costliest Indian player in the IPL Player Auction 2018
Cummins is being sent back to Australia with an eye on the upcoming Ashes series.
Not all the top performers made it to the final, but their contributions to IPL 10 were immense.
Gujarat Lions failed to defend even one score when they batted first. That says it all.
Andrew Tye sustained the injury on Saturday when he dived to stop a boundary at deep square leg during their IPL match against Mumbai Indians.
Gujarat Lions would dearly love to forget their poor show towards the beginning of IPL 10 and score a big win over Mumbai Indians.
Aaron Finch, Suresh Raina and Andrew Tye help Gujarat keep their IPL play-off hopes alive
The Australian celebrated his first match in the league with splendid figures of 5/17 including a hat-trick as his team, Gujarat Lions (GL) beat Rising Pune Supergiant (RPS) convincingly.
Table-toppers of last year's IPL Gujarat Lions went off to a worst possible start in this season after losing both their opening matches but came back strongly against Rising Pune Supergiant to register their first win this year.
Gujarat Lions defeated Rising Pune Supergiant by seven wickets in the Indian Premier League in Rajkot on Friday.
Australian fast bowler Andrew Tye picked up the second hat-trick and the first 5-for of IPL 2017.
With four overs left Sri Lanka needed 52 to win but an undaunted Asela Gunaratne tore into the Australian attack, slamming Moises Henriques for three consecutive sixes and a four and then taking two fours and a six off Andrew Tye's final over.