IPL 2021: Kolkata Knight Riders were planned to play against Royal Challengers Bangalore today 03/05/2021 in Ahmedabad.

The Indian Premier League (IPL2021) has been shaken by another Covid-19 case as the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) players and staff has chosen to disengage themself after different players became sick in front of their game against RCB today (Monday) in Ahmedabad.

As per The Age and the Herald, a few players inside the KKR camp – which highlights Australian hotshot Pat Cummins – are unwell, and their match against Royal Challengers Bangalore, booked for Monday night is in question.

The T20 competition, which has crossed the midway imprint, is being played away from plain view with groups remaining in biosecure bubbles. With 29 matches have effectively been played in the season, Eoin Morgan-drove Knight Riders were planned to face Virat Kohli’s RCB in the 30th match on May 3.

As India distinguished more than one lakh COVID-19 cases on Sunday, the most noteworthy day by day increment recorded in the country since the start of the pandemic, cricket fans asked the money rich Indian Premier League to be dropped or deferred. Three IPL players have effectively tried positive. While one has recuperated, the other two – Axar Patel and Devdutt Padikkal – are yet to recuperate and get back with the group. Additionally, to exacerbate the matter, 10 groundsmen of the Wankhede – where numerous IPL matches will occur – have tried positive for the novel Covid.

A year ago, IPL was scheduled to happen in the period of March, yet was delayed and later held in September after the Men’s T20 World Cup was deferred. Be that as it may, the competition didn’t occur in India, it must be moved to UAE.

The most recent season is set to start in Chennai with a match between Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore on 9 April, with the last to be played in Ahmedabad on 30 May.

Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru, Ahmedabad, New Delhi, and Kolkata will have games all through the competition, with Ahmedabad likewise facilitating the end of the season games and last. All groups will play at four of the six settings with 11 doubleheaders to be held.

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