By pricking COVID-19 IPL 2021 bio bubble on Monday, the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) is discussing the possibility of moving the rest of the season’s matches to one city, NDTV reported. Mumbai is considered a favorite for the option, as the capital city has three cricket stadiums.
In addition, the report states that BCCI staff have already made an inquiry in Mumbai to create eight bio-bubbles for all teams.
Another Insidesport website also reported that the postponement of IPL 2021 is also being discussed after players and staff members of Kolkata Knight Riders and Chennai Super Kings have tested positive.
Earlier, the Chennai Super Kings informed the Indian Cricket Board (BBCI) of their reluctance to play their next match against Rajasthan Royals, scheduled in New Delhi on Wednesday, after two of its staff tested COVID-19 on Monday, reported Indian Express.
The report also states that the MS Dhoni-led country informs BCCI that they will return to the field only after players who have come into contact with COVID-19 positive bowling coach Laxmipathy Balaji and team CEO S Viswanathan have negative result of three tests performed over six days according to the standard operating procedure (SOP) of COVID-19 of IPL.
Apart from that, five ground officials from Delhi Aaron Jaitley The stadium also tested positive during the day.
Meanwhile, the Kolkata Knight Riders duo of Varun Chakravarthy and Sandeep Warrier, who tested COVID-19 positively on Monday, are doing well and the team hopes to return to action for their next IPL game once the quarantine phase is over, the CEO said. Dr. Venki Mysore.