The worry for IPL players still continues as Chennai Super Kings franchise has a concern for 13 people, including two players getting affected by Covid-19. The members were tested positive before the team was allowed to leave the quarantine area in the UAE.
The plans for starting training sessions at the biosecure bubble were halted for the CSK last week. Ness Wadia, Kings XI Punjab co-owner said that any of the eight teams could have faced a similar situation as that of CSK, after the incident took place.
Ness Wadia also added that there BCCI has established best protocols in place, to protect the players and support staff from the ongoing pandemic. Asking about his plans, he replied that the schedule was not yet finalized to leave for the UAE for watching the tournament.