IPL 2021 – CSK vs RR Postponed: After 3 positive cases in the Chennai Super Kings squad, they have decided not to play Rajasthan Royals on Wednesday. One of the CSK officials has told Indian Express that we will be undergoing 6-day quarantine and have informed BCCI that we can’t play our match against Rajasthan Royals. Due to the current scenario, BCCI has decided to postpone the Wednesday clash, reported PTI.
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IPL 2021 – CSK vs RR Postponed
“The coach is asymptomatic. However, as per the BCCI’s Covid protocols, everybody who has come in contact with him will have to undergo a six-day quarantine. We can’t play our next game (against Rajasthan Royals). The BCCI knows about the testing protocols and how many tests need to become negative before an all-clear is given. We have communicated it to the BCCI. They will have to reschedule the game between CSK and Rajasthan Royals,” a CSK official told The Indian Express.
IPL 2021 – CSK vs RR Postponed: This means not only CSK’s game against Rajasthan Royals will be postponed but also their game against Sunrisers Hyderabad will be under threat. CSK is supposed to play SRH on May 7th. According to the report by the paper, CSK informed the BCCI that they could step back on the field only once all players who came in contact with the two people who tested positive cleared three tests over a six day period, as per Covid-19 standard operating procedure (SOP) of the IPL.
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IPL 2021 – CSK vs RR Postponed: It is worth noting that currently Kolkata Knight Riders is also under quarantine and so is Delhi Capitals squad. All these developments are making continuation of IPL very difficult.
IPL 2021: Foreign players want to quit IPL, ‘they don’t want to continue’ declares 1 of the franchise
IPL 2021 Covid-19 Updates – Foreign players want to Quit: Problems for the Indian Premier League (IPL 2021) & BCCI is increasing by the minute. InsideSport.co has reliably learnt that foreign players of 1 of the leading IPL franchise has told the management that they want to quit amid increase in Covid-19 crisis in India. The concerned franchise has informed BCCI about the decision of the foreign players.
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