Wed. Sep 23rd, 2020
India Today Web Desk


IPL 2020: Delhi Capitals’ assistant physiotherapist has returned beneficial consequence for coronavirus on third check ahead of the tournament, that commences on September 19.

Delhi Capitals member exams beneficial for coronavirus. Pic: Twitter

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Delhi Capitals assistant physiotherapist check beneficial for coronavirus
  • The squad member had returned adverse outcomes in the 1st two exams
  • IPL 2020 commences on September 19 with CSK taking on Mumbai Indians

The street to staging the 2020 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) has not been all smooth for the BCCI. First of all, it was initially supposed to be held in India and was supposed to start off on March 29. Even so, the marquee T20 league was indefinitely pushed due to the novel coronavirus-induced pandemic. With this year’s ICC Men’s T20 Planet Cup having postponed, the 13th edition of the IPL will be held in UAE starting up from September 19.

Ahead of the start out of the substantially-awaited tournament, the assistant physiotherapist of the Delhi Capitals camp has examined beneficial for coronavirus. The explained personal had twice returned adverse outcomes just before but examined beneficial on the third check.

“Delhi Capitals Assistant Physiotherapist has examined beneficial for COVID-19. He was going by his necessary quarantine, and had examined adverse for his 1st two exams carried out on arrival in Dubai, and examined beneficial for the third one particular,” the franchise informed by a press release.

“He was however to meet with, and had not been in get hold of with any gamers or personnel of the franchise. He was isolated instantly, and is presently at the IPL Isolation Facility in Dubai for the up coming 14 days, at the finish of which he will have to make two adverse reviews for him to be in a position to join the Delhi Capitals squad. The franchise’s health-related staff is in continuous touch with him, and wishes him a speedy recovery.”

Meanwhile, the BCCI has officially announced the IPL routine and in accordance to it, Chennai Super Kings will lock horns with Mumbai Indians as the opening fixture.

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