NEW DELHI: BCCI will reshuffle between the IPL matches to be held on Wednesday Chennai super kings And Rajasthan Royals
CSK players have been forced into tough quarantine after bowling coach L Balaji tested positive for COVID-19.
According to the Board’s Standard Operating Procedure (SOP), anyone who has come in contact with an infected person undergoes six days of rigorous quarantine and returns three negative RT-PCR reports during it.
Senior BCCI said, “Tomorrow’s match between CSK and RR at Arun Jaitley Stadium will be rescheduled as per SOP rules. As Balaji was in touch with the players, they have all gone into tough
Vishwanathan said, “From our end, we had informed that Mr. Balaji has tested positive and our players have been isolated according to the SOP.”
All CSK playing members have tested negative during their scheduled RT-PCR tests.
This is the second IPL match to resume on Monday after Kolkata Knight Riders Vs Royal Challengers Bangalore.
The game was postponed due to some of the KKR players – Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Test positive. Delhi is hosting Mumbai Indians Vs. Sunrisers Hyderabad Confrontation this evening. The match is scheduled for now but it is worrisome with Mumbai Indians coming in contact with MI players during the match against CSK on Saturday and Saturday.
Many people of the BCCI believe that it would be sensible to reshuffle this evening’s game as well. A BCCI source said, “Even MI players are at risk of playing CSK. BCCI should ideally shuffle in today’s game. Usually the symptoms are the 6th or 7th of an infected person coming into contact.” Th days begin. ” “For many hotel employees, seven days of hard quarantine will require at least four hotels,” the official said. If the tournament is shifted to Mumbai, Kolkata and Bengaluru will be out of their game quota.
Another approach is to place the game in the places currently being used – Delhi and Ahmedabad. “If you look at when the matches were held in Mumbai and Chennai, the situation was under control. Trouble started after the teams moved from one city to another,” said a franchise official.