BCCI postponed the IPL after several players tested positive for Covid-19

BCCI postponed the IPL after several players tested positive for Covid-19

This year’s IPL tournament has been postponed inconclusively after a few players and staff individuals from various franchises tested positive for Coronavirus. IPL’s Governing Council and BCCI in an urgent meeting consistently chose to suspend the 2021 Indian Premier League season, with prompt impact. Prior, Indian Premier League executive Brijesh Patel had affirmed the competition has been postponed inconclusively.

“We will attempt to direct the tournament in the following accessible window yet this month is impossible”. The individuals who tested positive according to the news incorporate SRH’s batsman Wriddhiman, DC’s spin bowler Amit Mishra, KKR’s Sandeep Warrier, and Varun and CSK’s supporting staff for like bowling coach Lakshmipathy Balaji and an individual from the other staff group.

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The Board of Control for Cricket in India stated that “These are tough times, particularly in the country and keeping in mind that we have attempted to get some inspiration and motivate, nonetheless, it is basic that the competition is currently postponed and everybody returns to their families and friends and family in these difficult times”.

“The Board of Control for Cricket in India will do everything in its forces to orchestrate the protected and safe section of the players in this tournament. The BCCI might want to thank all the health support staff, all the teams, and everybody who has made an honest effort to sort out the 2021 Indian Premier League even in these amazingly tough times.”

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Indian Premier League was held in UAE a year ago without a single coronavirus positive case during the competition after the competition was constrained out of the country in the midst of the lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic. Indian Premier League directors had trusted the secure bio-bubbles made to play matches across 6 cities would hold, just for it to rapidly break at the midway phase of the IPL event.

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