HOME IPL

IPL

Get connected with to get the latest IPL news updates, Live Score, Indian IPL topic, IPL fixtures, ipl team, match preview, player interviews on Pitchhigh.

IPL 2021,IPL 2021 News,IPL Auction 2021,Indian Premier League,Indian Premier League 2021

IPL 2021: BCCI adamant to continue as voices grow to stall IPL 2021, amid players pull out due to Covid-19

  • Apr 26, 2021
  • pitchhigh
  • 405

The 14th edition of the Indian Premier League is under heavy criticism as matches continue amid the COVID-19 crisis across the country. But the Indian Council (BCCI) is, as usual, insisting on the continuation of the IPL 2021 despite the humanitarian crisis in the country due to Covid-19. R. Ashwin, Andrew Tye, Adam Zampa, and Kane Richardson have pulled out of the IPL 2021 due to Covid-19, but BCCI is adamant to continue.The BCCI stated that it will continue into IPL 2021 as scheduled even though the entire country is mired in Covid-19."The IPL provides a much-needed distraction from the agony and grief that surrounds us," Reuters quoted an Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry official, who requested anonymity.One of the major southern newspapers, The New Indian Express, reported Sunday that it has decided to suspend IPL coverage, as hundreds of fans have attacked the league on social media.The Chennai-based New Indian Express said its decision to suspend coverage was "a small gesture to keep the nation's attention focused on matters of life and death."The number of Covid-19 cases in India rose by 349,691 on Sunday, a new world record, and hospitals in Delhi and across the country are turning away patients after they run out of medical and family oxygen.2021 IPL is under fire as games continue amid the Covid crisis, but BCCI says 'we will continue with 2021 IPL'The newspaper's decision came after an IPL board member told Reuters that the league has a "strong biological bubble" and is being played without fans, making it safe to continue."The IPL provides a much-needed distraction from the agony and grief that surrounds us," said the official, who requested anonymity."Yes, cases have increased in places like Delhi, but we have two hanging places in Hyderabad and Indore and we will use them if needed," said an IPL GC member.Not only the fans, but Australian Adam Gilchrist, who led the Deccan Chargers whose role is now ending to his first IPL win in 2009, has also raised questions about the continuation of the league amid the Covid-19 crisis in India.“Best wishes to everyone in India. Terrifying Covid numbers. #IPL continues. inappropriate? Or a great distraction every night? Whatever your thoughts, prayers are with you, ”the former test player tweeted.Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced, on Sunday, that the ongoing lockdown of the Coronavirus in the national capital will be extended for a week. The decision came due to the high rate of positivity despite a slight decrease in the daily numbers of new cases.Coronavirus continues to wreak havoc. We are extending the lockdown for another week, 'Kejriwal said during a televised advertisement on Sunday.So what happens to the IPL 2021 matches scheduled to be played in Delhi from April 28? Eight matches of the current T20 League will be played at Arun Jaitely Stadium in Delhi."The game is starting. The lockdown will help us do our job smoothly," DDCA Deputy Secretary Rajan Manchanda said last week.Manchanda also revealed that all logistical work "did not tell us the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry to stop our work, so we continue and will be fully prepared to do IPL in the next couple of days."So far, as part of the first leg of IPL 2021, the matches have been held at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai and at MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. In the second leg, the two matches will be played in Delhi and Ahmedabad.Ahmedabad Narendra Modi will host 12 matches this season, including the playoffs and the final.In Delhi, Chennai Super Kings camp, Sun Raisers Hyderabad, Mumbai Indians and Rajasthan Royals will hold their camp between April 28th and May 8th.Delhi full match scheduleApril 28 - CSK vs SRH (7:30 pm IST)April 29 - MI vs RR (3:30 PM IST)May 1 - MI vs CSK (7:30 PM IST)May 2 - RR vs SRH (3:30 PM IST)May 4 - SRH vs MI (7:30 PM IST)May 5 - RR vs CSK (7:30 PM IST)May 7 - SRH vs CSK (7:30 PM IST)May 8 - RR vs MI (7:30 PM IST)

IPL 2021,IPL 2021 News,IPL Auction 2021,Indian Premier League,Indian Premier League 2021

IPL 2021: BCCI president Sourav Ganguly gives good news to IPL fans

  • Apr 14, 2021
  • pitchhigh
  • 373

The Indian Premier League (IPL) Mumbai match will be played as scheduled despite the Maharashtra state government imposing a similar lockdown on statewide restrictions starting today. But the BCCI chief stated that the restrictions will not affect IPL matches in Mumbai and matches will continue as per schedule in Mumbai.The head of the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Sourav Ganguly, said, "No, it is on time." Mumbai is set to host 10 matches in the tournament and has so far successfully held 2 matches in a strict biosecurity environment. With eight matches remaining in the city, they will meet the Rajasthan Royals and the Delhi Capitals on Thursday, followed by the Punjab Kings and Chennai Super Kings the following day.IPL 2021: BCCI official says Mumbai Lockdown is a “blessing in disguise” for smooth IPL operationThe BCCI  official believes that the restrictions imposed by the Maharashtra state government could be a "blessing in disguise" for the proper operation of the IPL. According to a BCCI official, this would mean complete restriction of unwanted people, limiting the possibility of Covid 19 transmission in and around Mumbai Wankhede Stadium, one of the main venues of the IPL 2021 season.We are watching developments closely. We fully adhere to the Covid-19 guidelines. There is no possibility to change the five-place matches, including Mumbai. In fact, the two games played so far in Wankhade have been running smoothly without relapses. A senior BCCI official told on the condition of anonymity that the night curfews and weekend curfews appear to be a blessing in disguise as far as the IPL process is concerned given the massive momentum in Covid 19 cases in Maharashtra and Mumbai.The Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry official said that the situation is completely under control and that the isolated cases that have appeared have not been able to break the bubble. "Some players were injured while traveling. They have been quarantined and isolated. The gardeners and others have come from different parts of town and have been replaced. Everything is under control. You don't have to worry when it comes to players, coaches, and support staff.Some franchisees who have mostly chosen to keep their cards close to their chests. When he asked not to be named as one of the main officials of the franchisor, he said: “We understand the seriousness of the situation and trust the decision and wisdom of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in this regard. We were told that the matches will continue as scheduled in the designated venues. There was no written communication, but it was done. We are verbally told not only our franchisor but the eight franchisees that they are not looking elsewhere for alternative locations yet. Yes, I agree with BCCI's view that the shutdown could be a blessing in disguise when it comes to IPL matches in Mumbai. "Earlier, IPL Chairman Brijesh Patil explained that IPL will remain in Mumbai despite the increasing cases in Maharashtra city and state. IPL matches will be held in Mumbai. Once you are in a bubble nothing happens. Even last season in the UAE, there were some of these events in the lead up to the event, but once the tournament started, everything was fine, ”he said recently, adding:“ We have the necessary permission and guarantees. The state government to hold matches there. Mumbai will only host ten matches between 10-25 April and there will be nothing to worry about inside the vital bubble. We are in a well-secured position and the players and support staff will be safe. "IPL President Brijesh Patel and IPL GC Member Aaron Dumal also supported the opinion of BCCI President, saying that the issue of relocation at this point had not arisen.Also Read: KL RAHUL : SUPERB LOOKING TATTOOS AND THEIR MEANING

IPL 2021,IPL 2021 News,IPL Auction 2021,Indian Premier League,Indian Premier League 2021

KKR vs MI in IPL 2021: Can Eoin Morgans Kolkata solve the Mumbai Indians puzzle at Chepauk?

  • Apr 13, 2021
  • pitchhigh
  • 299

After the clinical final against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH), Eoin Morgan's Kolkata Knight Riders will look to solve the Mumbai mystery in their second IPL match at MA Chidambaram on Tuesday. The KKR was an entirely different unit, in the way they defeated David Warner's SRH by ten runs in their first match on Sunday.Be it the aggression demonstrated by the top-ranked or the explosive ending of Dinesh Karthik, KKR demonstrated a fearless approach under the leadership of patron Eoin Morgan.Morgan's intention was evident at the moment of the launch when he decided to abandon his most trusted Lieutenant, Sunil Naraine.However, they now had routine duties. Mumbai remains the best team on paper. The five-time winning champions are packed with powerful hitters like Suryakumar Yadav, Hardik Pandya, and Kieron Pollard. Add a bowling lethal unit in IM for Jasprit Bumrah and Trent Bolt.KKR vs MI in IPL 2021: Who has the edge?If individual records and team strength are taken into account, the match between KKR and MI could seem tough. But this was not the case. In 28 matches so far in IPL, MI has always dominated KKR, winning 21 matches against KKR's 6 and the other without providing any results.Matches Played28MI Won21KKR Won6No Result1KKR vs MI in IPL 2021: How will Kolkata try to get the better of Mumbai?Nitesh Rana and Chubbman's opening generation mix started from left and right with the attack from the first ball, clearly indicating that the new approach has written the slogan of Morgan's success everywhere.With a solid median ranking in Andre Russell, Karthik and Morgan, 2020 has been a promising season for KKR, but aimless planning hasn't helped their cause.This time, KKR cemented their middle ranking by adding Bangladeshi superstar Shakeeb Al Hassan, while Morgan, in his full season as captain, is adding a new dimension to the team.Rana's skilled work on his wrist and super strength was shown on Sunday and made sure they stayed ahead despite Rashid Khan's double whammy in the form of generation and messengers.After 80 balls of 56 balls, it was Karthik Under Fire who hit an undefeated cameo of 22 nine-ball passes to propel KKR to a total of 187 from 6 wins.KKR will be looking to shoot the defending champions five times on Tuesday. They have only won once in their last 12 matches against IM, and they have an overall record in head-to-head matches 6-21.Ultimately, however, the whole affair will end in a battle of wits between Morgan and Rohit Sharma, who under MI won a record fifth Premier League title in the Premier League last season in the United Arab Emirates.MI will be a real challenge for KKR as the defending champions will be desperate to secure their first win of the season after losing a Wicket to Royal Challengers Bangalore in an IPL opener on Friday.KRR found it easy against SRH players, who lack firepower, but on Jasprit Bumrah and Trent Boult, MI attacking would be an entirely different proposition.Jill's struggle to reach the T20 rate has been a concern for KKR and it will be interesting to see the young novice face the best in the business.Also Read: Virat Kohli: Superb looking tattoos and their meaning

IPL 2021,IPL 2021 News,IPL Auction 2021,Indian Premier League,Indian Premier League 2021

IPL 2021 RR Playing XI vs PBKS: Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler ready to open for Rajasthan Royals

  • Apr 12, 2021
  • pitchhigh
  • 357

Rajasthan Royals (RR) and Punjab Kings (PBKS) will begin their 2021 IPL campaign on Monday at Wankhede Stadium. RR will take the field under new leadership led by Kumar Sangakkara and led by Sanju Samson. His first assignment will be to pick a strong and stable starting pair, a crucial factor behind the inaugural champion's poor performance last season.Based on the news coming from the Royals' camouflage, it's very likely that RR will choose the UK bursting duo Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler. Skipper Samson, while unwilling to reveal his cards publicly, said junior players will have a long rope this season."It depends. I can't tell you anything. I and Sanja (Kara) will try to provide the best combination for our team and in fact it is always necessary to give the spouses or individuals enough time in the tournament. So I think it will show a little. Of stability, the rest depends on the way we go." Sanju Samson stated."I think it is a decision that we will make with the total purchase of the players involved. We want to keep our options open. The most important thing is for the players to be clearly informed of their choices and make them abide by them." Said RR Manager Cricket Kumar SangakkaraIPL 2021 RR Playing XI vs PBKS: Why Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes will be a good choice as openers?Last season, the Rajasthan franchise tried five sets starting in Butler-Steve Smith, Yashasoi Jaiswal-Butler and Jaiswal-Smith. There was also a chance to pair Stokes-Buttler, but only for two games, only to settle for Stokes-Robin Uthappa in the end.The English couple's first match together was an opening against Sunrisers Hyderabad. The new role affected them and both left cheaply. While Stoke scored five runs, Butler was sent off for 16. However, there was a significant improvement in the second match against the Delhi Capitals. They sewed an inaugural partnership of 63 races. Stokes has contributed 41 times, while Butler has 22 times to his name.But its current form is most important to the RR when choosing a starting pair. The duo were in great shape in the recently concluded White Ball series against India. Second-best goalscorer for Stokes' national team, with 135 points in three matches. On the other hand, Buttler had an influence on the shorter version of the game. He was the best contestant on his team and second overall behind Indian team captain Virat Kohli. In three matches, the goalkeeper scored 172 points.England and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) Ewen Morgan also believes that Joss Butler and Ben Stokes would be the right and most exciting choice for Rajasthan to start their roles. "The two obviously will open to Rajasthan this year in the IPL. So it would be great to see it."IPL 2021 RR Playing XI vs PBKS: What will be the batting line-up?The biggest problem Rajasthan faces is the weakness of its Indian heart, which has not been steadfast. Samson has rarely appeared in five consecutive matches in either version in recent years. Pacer Jaydev Unadkat, bought for Rs 11.5 crore in 2018, has failed delivery while Manan Vohra has only been awesome on rare occasions. It will be interesting to see what role Samson, Onadkat, and Vohra will play this season.With Steve Smith out of the picture now, RR is likely at # 3, while Yashaswi Jaiswal or Manan Vohra may be at # 4. Rajasthan will miss David Miller as he's still under quarantine and managing a team waiting for an update on this. In his absence, Ryan Parage will likely be the No. 5 hitters. Rahul Tiwatia will resume his duties in sixth place and he is ready to repeat his role as runner-up like last season.IPL 2021 RR Playing XI vs PBKS: Bowling unit a big headacheRajasthan is a team with an inexperienced bowling unit. With the exception of Chris Morris, which is bought for 16.25 crore Indian rupees, there's no dreadful pace on the side. Their speed bowling star Joffra Archer is not yet available due to injury. To add to his fears, Bangladeshi escort Mustafa Rahman will be absent from the opening match due to the quarantine.While Morris will be the leader of Rajasthan, Jaidev Onadkat and Kartik Tiyagi will likely be his alternates. In the spinning department, Shreyas Gopal will join Tewatia. Sangakkara says an inexperienced bowling alley can be beneficial to your campaign."Lack of experience can work for you sometimes and other times it means that the opposition didn't see it either. But fast bowling, especially in IPL, is not an easy task and we saw it yesterday (during DC vs CSK) too. Sometimes the wicket is really good at hitting or Most wickets are so. So I'm sure our junior bowlers will advance we had Kartik Tiyagi, who did really well last season on spots. And this year we have a new addition in Kuldeep Yadav and Chetan Sakariya. I think it's about keeping them focused on their work. Training them and implementing game plans in different scenarios.RR Playing XI vs PBKS in IPL 2021 (Likely):1) Jos Buttler, 2) Ben Stokes, 3) Sanju Samson, 4) Riyan Parag, 5) Shivam Dubey 6) Rahul Tewatia, 7) Chris Morris, 8) Andrew Tye  9) Shreyas Gopal, 10) Kartik Tyagi, 11) Jaydev UnadkatIPL 2021 – Rajasthan Royals Full Squad: Sanju Samson, Ben Stokes, Jofra Archer, Jos Buttler, Riyan Parag, Shreyas Gopal, Rahul Tewatia, Mahipal Lomror, Kartik Tyagi, Andrew Tye, Jaydev Unadkat, Mayank Markande, Yashasvi Jaiswal, Anuj Rawat, David Miller, Manan Vohra, Shivam Dube, Chris Morris, Mustafizur Rahman, Chetan Sakariya, KC Cariappa, Liam Livingstone, Kuldip Yadav, Akash SinghAlso Read: IPL 2021: BCCI requests Aviation ministry for separate IPL Check-in counters, daily testing to fight Covid-19 

IPL 2021,IPL 2021 News,IPL Auction 2021,Indian Premier League,Indian Premier League 2021

IPL 2021 MI vs RCB: Rohit Sharmas MI vs Virat Kohlis RCB, who has the edge? Head-to-head Statistics, teams stats, results

  • Apr 09, 2021
  • pitchhigh
  • 531

Hindi Mumbai and Royal Challengers Bangalore are two of the best teams to watch out for in any version of IPL. With RCB led by Captain of India, Virat Kohli, and IM led by Vice-Captain of India, Rohit Sharma, great contests always happen. In IPL 2021, it wouldn't be any different.MI vs RCB head-to-head in IPL:In 29 matches MI and RCB have met 29 times so far, 27 times in IPL and twice in the now-ending T20 Champions League. With a balanced side, MI for the most part outperformed the Royal Challengers Bangalore. As is the record, IM Rohit Sharma won 19 matches out of 29, while RCB Virat Kohli only managed 10 matches. Only one super match has ended and it was won by RCB in Dubai last year.Matches Played29MI Won19RCB Won10 MI vs RCB record: Although most matches were one-sided with RCB or MI winning the dominance, in three cases the matches ended.MI vs RCB close contests:Sep 28, 2020: RCB beat MI in Super Over: Thanks to half centuries of Devdutt Padikkal, Aaron Finch and AB de Villiers, RCB has set a mega-goal of 202 runs for MI in Dubai. But the ultimate champions won't let it run smoothly. Supported by Ishan Kishan's impressive 99 of 58 balls and 60 of 24 balls from Keiron Pollard, MI tied the score with 20 balls. But at SuperOver, they came short as Navdeep Saini's premier bowling alley grabbed MI's capital hit in the Gulf and RCB scored a modest 8-game goal without breaking a sweat.April 4, 2013: RCB won by 2 runs: Chris Gayle helped 92 of the 58 RCBs score 156 strokes, but despite 60 balls out of 37 balls from Dinesh Karthik, they fell two short times.September 10, 2010: MI won by 2 runs: In a reverse position, MI managed to overtake the RCB in the T20 Champions League in Durban by only two races. After scoring 165/7 in 20 sums with the help of 41 Shikhar Dhawan and 38 Saurabh Tiwary, the RCB was sailing with Rahul Dravid doing 71 out of 58 and Virat Kohli 47 out of 24. But in the end, they only came up with only 2 jobs.DateWinnerWon byVenue28-Oct-20Mumbai Indians5 WicketsAbu Dhabi28-Sep-20Royal Challengers BangaloreSuper OverDubai15-Apr-19Mumbai Indians5 WicketsMumbai28-Mar-19Mumbai Indians6 RunsBengaluru01-May-18Royal Challengers Bangalore14 RunsBengaluru17-Apr-18Mumbai Indians46 RunsMumbai14-Apr-17Mumbai Indians4 WicketsBengaluru01-Apr-17Mumbai Indians5 WicketsMumbai11-May-16Mumbai Indians6 WicketsBengaluru20-Apr-16Mumbai Indians6 WicketsMumbai10-May-15Royal Challengers Bangalore39 RunsMumbai19-Apr-15Mumbai Indians18 RunsBengaluru06-May-14Mumbai Indians19 RunsMumbai19-Apr-14Royal Challengers Bangalore7 WicketsDubai27-Apr-13Mumbai Indians58 RunsMumbai04-Apr-13Royal Challengers Bangalore2 RunsBengaluru14-May-12Mumbai Indians5 WicketsBengaluru09-May-12Royal Challengers Bangalore9 WicketsMumbai09-Oct-11Mumbai Indians31 RunsChennai27-May-11Royal Challengers Bangalore43 RunsChennai12-Apr-11Mumbai Indians9 WicketsBengaluru19-Sep-10Mumbai Indians2 RunsDurban21-Apr-10Mumbai Indians35 RunsMumbai (DY)17-Apr-10Mumbai Indians57 RunsBengaluru20-Mar-10Royal Challengers Bangalore7 WicketsMumbai (BS)10-May-09Mumbai Indians16 RunsPort Elizabeth03-May-09Royal Challengers Bangalore9 WicketsJohannesburg28-May-08Mumbai Indians9 WicketsBengaluru20-Apr-08Royal Challengers Bangalore5 WicketsMumbaiMI vs RCB: Top 5 scorers between the two:PlayerMost RunsHighest scoreVirat Kohli69592*AB de Villiers634133*Kieron Pollard53970Rohit Sharma47894Ambati Rayudu43181*Top 5 highest individual scores:PlayerHighest ScoresTeamAB de Villiers133*RCBIshan Kishan99MIRohit Sharma94MIChris Gayle92*RCBVirat Kohli92*RCBMI vs RCB: Most wickets:PlayerMost WicketsTeamHarbhajan Singh22MIYuzvendra Chahal21RCBJasprit Bumrah19MILasith Malinga16MIVinay Kumar12RCB Which TV channels will broadcast MI vs RCB? MI vs RCB will be broadcast on Star Sports Network. The leading Indian broadcaster has arranged to broadcast the games in different languages and on various network channels.How do I watch live streaming of IPL 2021 MI vs RCB matches? The IPL 2021 MI vs RCB Live broadcast will be available on Disney + Hotstar.When will IPL 2021, MI vs RCB be played? – Date IPL 2021, MI vs RCB will be played on April 9, 2021.When will IPL 2021 Final be Played? – Date IPL 2021 Final will be on May 30, 2021What Time IPL 2021, MI vs RCB Will begin? Time IPL 2021 MI vs RCB Will begin at 7.30 pm ISTWhat are the venues for IPL 2021, MI vs RCB? – VenueApril 9, SaturdayMumbai Indians vs Royal Challenger Bangalore7:30 PMChennaiMay 20, ThursdayRoyal Challengers Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians7.30 PMKolkataIPL 2021 Dates: IPL 2021 Mumbai Indians (MI) Full and Final Squads Mumbai Indians (MI) Retained Players: Rohit Sharma (C), Aditya Tare, Anmolpreet Singh, Anukul Roy, Dhawal Kulkarni, Hardik Pandya, Ishan Kishan, Jasprit Bumrah, Jayant Yadav, Kieron Pollard, Krunal Pandya, Quinton de Kock, Rahul Chahar, Suryakumar Yadav, Trent Boult, Chris Lynn, Saurabh Tiwary, Mohsin KhanList of players bought by MI in IPL 2021 auction:PLAYERTYPEPRICE PAIDNathan Coulter-NileBowler5,00,00,000Adam MilneBowler3,20,00,000Piyush ChawlaBowler2,40,00,000James NeeshamAll-Rounder50,00,000Yudhvir CharakAll-Rounder20,00,000Marco JansenAll-Rounder20,00,000Arjun TendulkarAll-Rounder20,00,000 IPL 2021 Dates: IPL 2021 Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Full and Final Squads Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Retained Players: Virat Kohli (C), AB de Villiers, Devdutt Padikkal, Mohammed Siraj, Navdeep Saini, Washington Sundar, Yuzvendra Chahal, Joshua Phillipe, Pavan Deshpande, Shahbaz Ahmed, Adam Zampa, Kane Richardson, Daniel Sams and Harshal PatelList of players bought by RCB in IPL 2021 auction:PLAYERTYPEPRICE PAIDKyle JamiesonAll-Rounder15,00,00,000Glenn MaxwellAll-Rounder14,25,00,000Dan ChristianAll-Rounder4,80,00,000Sachin BabyBatsman20,00,000Rajat PatidarBatsman20,00,000Mohammed AzharudeenWicket Keeper20,00,000Suyash PrabhudesaiAll-Rounder20,00,000Kona Srikar BharatWicket Keeper20,00,000 

IPL 2021,IPL 2021 News,IPL Auction 2021,Indian Premier League,Indian Premier League 2021

IPL 2021: BCCI requests Aviation ministry for separate IPL Check-in counters, daily testing to fight Covid-19

  • Apr 08, 2021
  • pitchhigh
  • 345

On Friday, the IPL 2021 will kick off with the MI vs RCB match, as the fight against Covid-19 by the Board of Control of Cricket of India (BCCI) is getting harder by the day. More than 35 people, including 4 cricketers participating in the IPL 2021, have been tested so far. All stakeholders in IPL are nervous. The Indian Council has now decided to implement some additional precautionary measures to tackle the Covid-19 problem. Based on the information received, BCCI has requested the Department of Civil Aviation to allow separate IPL scoring meters for players and IPL teams during transportation to other cities after completion of the first phase in Mumbai and Chennai. Not only that, but BCCI also plans to test teams on a daily basis to protect IPL 2021 from Covid-19.“The situation this time is more difficult. We are doing our best to fight the Covid. The Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry is constantly working with all stakeholders. We have requested separate IPL counters during check-in and will also test the equipment on a daily basis,” confirmed a senior BCCI official.IPL 2021: BCCI & teams ups the ante, take extra measures to fight Covid-19– The new procedures include requesting separate check-in counters at airports, – Daily Covid Tests – More Bubble Safety Officers join teams and other stakeholders. – Ground personnel in Mumbai are now not permitted to leave the stadiums. They will be accommodated in special stadium facilities.IPL 2021: Virat Kohli’s RCB goes extra-cautious after two players test Covid-19 positiveIPL 2021 – Virat Kohli’s RCB: Before clashing with the Indians in Mumbai, Royal Challengers Bangalore has been fixed, which is why RCB is the only IPL team where players have tested positive for the Covid-19 virus. First Devdutt Padikkal and then Australian Daniel Sams. This caused the RCB to become extremely cautious as they prepared for MI Rohit Sharma. The Kohli team has strengthened the "stringent dynamic bubble" environment in an effort to plug a hole created in recent days.IPL 2021: Virat Kohli’s RCB goes extra-cautious after two players test Covid-19 positive“We are in a very strict biological bubble. But after two of our players tested positive, stricter rules were imposed. Dedicated people were specifically assigned inside the bubble to monitor if no player broke the bubble. Previous rooms were cleared once a day. Now they are disinfected twice a day. RCB players' chefs and staff also stay in the hotel. The elevators are exclusively for us and open to 3 floors only dedicated to us. The logistics are checked every day. We, as players, are concerned but we are not anxious because we are still in a vital bubble A source at RCB on condition of anonymity."RCB takes extra precautions as new members join the bubble. They get tested three times. Upon arrival, the third and seventh days of quarantine. After that, players are evaluated every 5 days. I knew they would likely increase frequency. Every 3 days in days." Regular, "the source said.Earlier yesterday, Australian off-road driver Daniel Sams of RCB tested positive for COVID-19. The first test was negative, but positive in the second test. The development two days before the first match of IPL 2021, where he will face the champions RCB of Mumbai.Also Read: Virat Kohli becomes first cricketer to hit 100 million followers on Instagram

IPL 2021,IPL 2021 News,IPL Auction 2021,Indian Premier League,Indian Premier League 2021

IPL 2021: RCBs Daniel Sams tests positive for COVID-19 in second test ahead of IPL 2021, placed under quarantine

  • Apr 07, 2021
  • pitchhigh
  • 448

Royal competitors Bangalore and Australian driver Daniel Sams have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. The first test was negative, but positive in the second test. Evolution two days before the first match of IPL 2021, where he will face RCB the defending champions from Mumbai Indians.The BCCI Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) states that a player who tests positive for COVID-19 must be isolated in the designated area outside of a biosecurity environment for at least 10 days from the first day of symptom onset or the date of sample collection. Resulting in a positive RT-PCR report, whichever comes first."During the 10-day isolation period, the individual should rest and avoid any exercise. The team doctor should monitor the condition periodically. If symptoms worsen during the isolation period, the person should be hospitalized immediately," as stipulated in the SOP.RCB statement on Daniel Sams:"Daniel Sams checked into the team hotel in Chennai on April 3, with a negative COVID report on arrival. His report from the second test on April 7 was positive. Sams is currently asymptomatic and is now in isolation at a designated medical facility.""The Royal Challengers Bangalore Medical Team is in constant contact with Daniel Sams and continues to monitor his health and comply with ICC protocols," he added.According to BCCI SOPs for IPL 2021, all players (except for those in the India and England series) and support and management personnel entering the bubble must be subject to a seven-day quarantine in their hotel rooms.All individuals will be tested multiple times during this period, and upon returning negative results, they will be allowed to leave their rooms and begin workouts and outdoor training sessions.Sams is the fourth player in the IPL 2021 to test positive for COVID-19. Previously, teammates Devudtt Padikkal (RCB), Axar Patel (DC), and Nitish Rana (KKR) have tested positive for the coronavirus. Padikkal's test proves negative while Axar Patel is recovering from COVID-19. On the other hand, Nitesh Rana joined the KKR team in Chennai after testing negative for COVID-19 twice.Several cases of COVID-19 emerged prior to the IPL. From the ground crew at Mumbai Wankedi Stadium to the camera crew, many people participating in the league have tested positive for the Coronavirus, causing an alarming situation before the start of the season.Also Read: IPL 2021: MORE COVID 19 TROUBLE FOR IPL

IPL 2021,IPL 2021 News,IPL Auction 2021,Indian Premier League,Indian Premier League 2021

IPL 2021: More COVID 19 trouble for IPL, now 14 members in IPL Broadcast Bio-Bubble test positive

  • Apr 06, 2021
  • pitchhigh
  • 410

After many cases of Covid-19 reported by IPL teams, the pandemic has now penetrated into BIO-BUBBLE, where the Star Sports LIVE broadcast team is located. According to an Outlook report, 14 Four Seasons employees have tested positive as Star Sports World's global nutrition staff remains positive.The 14 are part of the bubble that contains the employees who will produce the global IPL Live 2021 broadcast.They were part of the main production team, and are housed in a vital bubble at the Four Seasons Hotel in Mumbai. These included videographers, producers, directors, EVS players, and video editors.Star Sports director Sanjuj Gupta refused to shed light on the matter."Check with BCCI ... We're not running the Four Seasons bubble," STAR Sports CEO Sanjuj Gupta said to Outlook when asked if there is any cause for concern.It should be noted that BCCI has created several BIO-BUBBLES for various stakeholders associated with IPL 2021.In particular, this is not the first time last week that cases have been reported from management. Previously, it reported 8-10 IPL event managers tested positive for Covid-19. IPL 2021: Star Sports & other stakeholders raise red flag, BCCI still unmovedStar Sports, in addition to being the host broadcasters, is also producing the IPL 2021 on behalf of BCCI.This means that if someone tests positive, it could seriously affect the entire crew in the bubble, which was created by the cricket board.According to available information. BCCI's official Star Sports Channel raised RED-FLAG to Indian Council on Saturday on the Covid-19 situation in Mumbai. "Starr is concerned about his broadcast equipment. If the ground crew and event management team get infected with Covid-19, the same thing could happen to the Star crew. They have to mix closely with the ground crew and the event team. So Starr is very concerned about the situation."Despite this, BCCI decided to continue in Mumbai as the IPL site for the first phase of the league. IPL 2021: BCCI President Sourav Ganguly says IPL will go ahead in Mumbai as scheduledMumbai has become a hotbed of Covid-19 cases. On Sunday, the maximum city reported a one-day increase of 11,206 cases. With only four days remaining, Covid has left many stakeholders in an awkward position, but the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry appears indifferent. The President of the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Sourav Ganguly, said that there are no changes to the plans and the IPL matches will proceed as planned. "The Indian Premier League matches will be held in Mumbai," Ganguly said in an interview with The Telegraph.Sourav said. “Once you are in a bubble, nothing happens. Even last season in the UAE, there were some similar events in the run-up to the event, but once the tournament kicked off, everything was fine."We have the necessary permission and guarantees from the state government to conduct the games there. Mumbai will only host ten matches between April 10 and 25 and there will be no cause for concern inside the vital bubble. The president of the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) insisted that we are in a well-secured position and the players will be The support staff are safe.Meanwhile, Maharashtrian State Government Minister Nawab Malik confirmed Monday that the IPL matches will be held in Mumbai as planned, but permits are conditional. According to Malik, IPL and BCCI are required to strictly follow all rules and conditions established by the Maharashtra government.Also Read: IPL 2021: BIG SETBACK FOR RCB