Chennai Super Kings bowling coach L. The BCCI has fixed the next IPL match in Delhi after the postponement of the match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Royal Challengers Bangalore in Ahmedabad on Monday evening after Balaji was found to be Kovid-19 positive.
After Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrior returned positive to Kovid-19, Balaji, a regular feature in the Chennai Super Kings dug-out, went it alone when the entire KKR team went into six days rigorous detention from Sunday. After returning with two RT-PCR positives on Monday.
“Balaji’s positive report is certainly worrying, but CSK players tested negative. But in general, most people start showing symptoms from the fifth or sixth day. .
DDCA president Rohan Jaitley told PTI that he had not been informed about the rescheduling of the issue that CSK played against Mumbai Indians last Saturday.
“Balaji was in the dug-out and before and after the match, he talked to the Mumbai Indians players. It was natural. Now you can test every day but as the KKR match is postponed, it would be prudent if the MI match against Sunrisers Hyderabad on Tuesday and the CSK game against Rajasthan Royals on Wednesday is rescheduled,” the official said. Said.
Since the KKR team is undergoing daily tests with six days of rigorous detention, many believe that the same rule applies to CSK before their next match is played.
The Delhi leg ends on May 8, after which the ‘cluster caravan’ will have to travel to Bangalore and Kolkata so the rescheduling will always be a nightmare.