There is good news for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), a franchise team of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Young batsman Devadut Padikkal has joined the team’s bio-bubble since his recovery from Kovid-19. RCB’s Daniel Samms is seen as a Kovid-19 positive today, so his return to the Devadat team is good news for the franchise. RCB will play their first match on April 9 against defending champion Mumbai Indians.
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In an official statement, RCB said, “We are pleased to announce that RCB’s left-arm batsman Devadatta Paddykkal has joined the squad on April 7, 2021. According to the Cricket Control Board of India (BCCI) protocol, he has been associated with the team following the negative reports of Kovid-19. RCB’s medical team was in constant contact with Devadat.
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The 20-year-old Devadat was positive in the Kovid-19 test on March 22 and has been isolated at home ever since. Paddyakkal .The highest score of 473 for RCB last season. Padikkal is the second player to score more than 400 runs in his debut in the IPL.