BCCI’s decision to postpone IPL 2021 was supported by former Australian captain Michael Vaughan. The decision was taken as some of the players from the teams participating in the IPL 2021 were Corona positive. India is currently facing a second wave of corona epidemics. Wan expressed concern over the foreign players playing in the IPL 2021 and hoped they would all return home safely. Given the current situation of the Koran in India, several countries including Australia have discontinued flights from India.
Many players from Australia and England are currently in India to participate in IPL 14. Michael Vaughan tweeted that the decision to postpone the IPL made a lot of sense. Now that the cases have begun to bubble, they have no choice. It is expected that all the people of India should be safe and that foreign players will find a way to reach their families.
The BCCE has said it will ensure all players return home safely. He reiterated this after the decision to postpone IPL 2021. Famous players such as Steve Smith, Pat Cummins, David Warner and Glenn Maxwell in Australia are currently in India for the IPL 14. Australia has banned travel to India until May 15.
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Notably, KKR reports on two players, Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrior, were positive on Monday. The match between RCB and KKR was postponed. Following this, three Kovid 19 cases were reported from Chennai Super Kings camp. In this issue, the Kovid report of Amit Mishra and Wriddhiman Saha, two players from the Delhi Capitals, came out positive. For this reason IPL 2021 needs to be postponed.