Chennai will not be seen in the opening match of IPL 2020
According to a report by Inside Sports, the BCCI is going to give extra benefits to Chennai. They will give you some extra time. As a result, Chennai will not be seen in the opening match IPL 2020. In the first match against Mumbai Indians so any other opponent can be seen.
Chennai Super Kings vice-captain Suresh Raina has withdrawn from this year’s IPL due to Corona. The star batsman has already left the UAE for India.
Chennai Super Kings team destroyed in Corona. The BCCI played a big role before the start of the Indian Premier League (IPL). And that is why the Indian Cricket Board is going to give extra benefits to Chennai. Dhoni will not have to play the opening match of the IPL.
This year’s IPL is scheduled to start on September 19 in the United Arab Emirates. However, before the start of the event, the authorities suffered a major setback. As per the rules, 13 members of Chennai tested positive for corona.
Among them are cricketers like Deepak Chahar and Rituraj Gaikwad. Though the practice in Chennai was supposed to start from August 26, it is not happening anymore. Corona sufferers must stay in isolation for at least another 14 days. The rest will have to stay in quarantine for six days. As a result, doubts have been created about the game in the opening match.