IPL 2021: Corona didn’t end damage, CSK batting coach Mike Hussey Kovid-19 positive

Chennai Super Kings batting coach Michael Hussey was positive on Tuesday in the Corona virus investigation. A day earlier, CSK bowling coach Lakshmipathi Balaji was also seen as positive. The Indian Premier League sources gave the information just hours after the 14th season was postponed indefinitely due to a coronavirus infection in the biological bubble. Hussey’s investigative report came Tuesday.

After the postponement of the IPL 2021, the remaining matches of the league can be done this month.

An IPL source said Hussey was tested and his model was positively reversed. The sample sent for re-examination is also positive. After the players left Corona positive, the entire team in Chennai has gone into isolation. The team played their last match against five-time IPL champion Mumbai Indians at Arun Jaitley Cricket Stadium in Delhi.

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It is said that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is contemplating holding the remaining matches in September, postponing the IPL for an indefinite period following the corona explosion in the bio-bubble. Currently, the BCCI has not provided any official information on this. There have been 29 matches in the 60 matches of the IPL 2021 and now the BCCI is exploring the possibility of hosting the remaining 31 matches in September.