Chennai Super Kings (CSK) bowling coach El Balaji has been in a critical position for the next few IPL (Indian Premier League) matches in Delhi, as the BCCI’s bowling coach El Balaji looks positive. Earlier on Monday evening, the match against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) was postponed after two Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) players came out positive. If Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrior are positive, the entire KKR team will be sidelined, but Balaji, who is a regular with the CSK team, has been sidelined after appearing positive on Monday’s RT-PCR test. Hah.
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The BCCI source told PTI on the status of privacy, ‘Balaji’s positive report is indeed a matter of concern. Even if the test of CSK players is negative. Usually most people show symptoms on the fifth or sixth day. Whether or not the next two matches should be played in Delhi is debatable. Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) president Rohan Jaitley may have told PTI that he had not been informed of the change in schedule, but the problem was that CSK played against Mumbai Indians last Saturday.
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The official said that Balaji was in the dugout before and after the match and that he met the Mumbai Indians. Now you can check every day, but it is prudent to change the schedule of the match between Mumbai and Sunrisers Hyderabad on Tuesday and the match between CSK and Rajasthan Royals on Wednesday, as the KKR postpones the match. ‘
The rigorous six-day quarantine is tested daily by the KKR team and most believe the same rule should apply to CSK. But it is not easy to change the schedule as the Delhi phase will end on May 8, followed by matches in Kolkata and Bangalore.