IPL 2021-MI vs RCB- Rohit and Virat are ready for IPL debut – IPL 2021 – Rohit vs Virat: Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), IPL Governing Council and BCCI officials are ready for 14th edition of IPL but their Kovid-19 in front is a big challenge. Mumbai saw not only the players but also the staff getting infected with Kovid-19 and the second wave of Kovid was ordered by night and weekend curfew… all in fresh COVID-19 cases in India on Thursday. The highest level has crossed 1.26 lakh infected people.
Till now players like Nitish Rana, Daniel Sams, Devadatta Padikkal have been positive as well as wicketkeeping consultant, Kiran More has also been found positive for COVID-19 this week. The country has over 1 lakh COVID-19 cases on three occasions this month. Have come .. If IPL 2021 succeeds without any big problem then BCCI and IPL will be one of the biggest achievements for GC.
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IPL 2021 MI vs RCB – Rohit Sharma vs Virat Kohli: The tournament will start on Friday between Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore… The first 17 days will be played in Chennai and Mumbai,
IPL 2021 – Mumbai Indians: Out of all the eight teams, Mumbai Indians are once again looking the strongest. And in the season opener, two of Indian cricket’s favorites Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma will be face to face and people will stay indoors due to night time curfew in most states, and Friday is all expected to stick to their television screens.
IPL 2021 – Chennai Super Kings: This season, MS Dhoni can be seen as a cricketer for the last time in the IPL and fans will be expecting the CSK captain to bid farewell to the IPL in his style. Rishabh Pant of Delhi Capitals will face CSK in the second match of the season on Saturday at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.
The remaining four teams – Sunrisers Hyderabad, Rajasthan Royals, Kolkata Knight Riders and Punjab Kings – Rajasthan have a new captain in the form of Sanju Samson and it will be interesting to see how they play senior cricketers like Jose Butler, Ben Stokes and Chris Morris Let’s lead. SRH would once again like to see their low-profile but super effective players play in the playoffs.
Holding IPL 2021 in six cities may be the biggest challenge before the BCCI but it will give enough indication to the ICC that India is ready to host the T20 World Cup later this year.
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