IPL 2021 | CSK bowling mentor L Balaji's examination positive inside bubble leaves Delhi games in fix

Csk Bowling Mentor L Balaji
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CSK bowling coach L Balaji

Chennai Super Kings bowling advisor L Balaji testing positive for COVID-19 has kept the BCCI in a fix towards after that few IPL games in Delhi after postponement of Monday’s night match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Royal Challengers Bangalore in Ahmedabad.

While the whole KKR staff moved for a six-day tough quarantine, starting Sunday, after Varun Chakravarthy and Sandeep Warrier returned good for COVID-19, Balaji, that is a consistent feature inside Chennai Super Kings dug-out went into isolation after coming back with two RT-PCR positives on Monday.

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“Balaji’s good report is a cause of concern even though the CSK players have actually tested bad. But usually, lots of people begin showing signs from the 5th or sixth time. You can find talks whether it’s safe going forward because of the next two suits in Delhi,” a senior BCCI source informed PTI on circumstances of anonymity.

While DDCA president Rohan Jaitley informed PTI that he has not been informed about any re-scheduling the issue is CSK having played Mumbai Indians last Saturday.

“Balaji was at the dug-out and also before and after the match, he interacted with Mumbai Indians people which is normal. Now you can test everyday but simply like KKR’s match happens to be postponed, it is prudent if MI’s match against

SunRisers Hyderabad on Tuesday and CSK’s online game against Rajasthan Royals on Wednesday is rescheduled,” the important official stated.

Since KKR staff is doing everyday screening with six days of hard quarantine, many believe similar rule should really be relevant for CSK in addition before they play their particular next match.

But rescheduling constantly becomes a nightmare since the Delhi knee stops on May 8 and after that the ‘Cluster Caravan’ is supposed to move to Bengaluru and Kolkata.

Posted at Mon, 03 might 2021 14:40:42 +0000