IPL 2021: Kolkata Knight Riders-Royal Challengers Bangalore postponed due to schedule changes

The schedule for the match between Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) on Monday at the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium in Ahmedabad has been changed, as two members of the KKR team, Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrior Kovid – 19 positive, have been reported to CricketIndia Has done. The match will take place another day at the tournament, which ends May 30. The BCCI has not made any official statement yet, but it has been revealed that the leg spinner emperor and fast bowler Warrior virus are infected players. 30 years for both.

Of the two, the Warriors have not had the chance to play in one of KKR’s seven games so far in the current season. Regarding the condition of anonymity, the source told PTI, ‘Two members of the team have been seen as positive but we are waiting for the report of their second test to rule out the possibility of wrong results, such as the Delhi Capitals’ Enrique Nortje.’ KKR played their last game against the Delhi Capitals in Ahmedabad on April 29, and the positive result could be the fear of the tournament.

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Other members of the KKR team were found to be negative, but the results of the second RT-PCR report of the two did not come before evening so the match would not take place, he said. Pat Cummins, who was at the forefront of KKR’s fast bowling attack, has been reported to have informed all Australian players of the IPL. The emperor is believed to have been infected with the virus when he went to the hospital for a shoulder scan.

Chakravarti has participated in all KKR matches in Tuvu and is one of the most successful players in the team with seven wickets. Even before the start of the IPL, some players, including Akshar Patel and Devadath Paddykal, were positive. This is the first case where a player or auxiliary staff has found a positive in the middle of the tournament. More than three lakh new cases are reported every day in India, and more than three thousand people die every day.

Corona’s shadow in IPL, two players found positive, match suspended