As IPL 2021 awaits its start on April 9, the COVID-19 scare is ruining the party in a big way. Now RCB opener Devdutt Padikkal a star player is tested positive for COVID-19 as per some media reports. However, neither the RCB nor the pedicel have confirmed the news, but the media have made it official.
This could upset the Virat Kohli-led scheme. According to BCCI’s Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), the paddikal must be isolated for a period of at least 10 days and will be able to join the team after two negative tests on the ninth and tenth day of its isolation period.
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List of Players Who Got Covid 19 so far in IPL 2021
On Saturday, Axar Patel, also tested positive for coronavirus from Delhi Capitals. Padakkal is the third player after Nitish Rana and Axar Patel to test positive for COVID-19 prior to IPL 2021. Notably, RCB will play the opening match of IPL 2021 against the Mumbai Indians on April 9.
Devdutt Padikkal is the latest IPL player who affeted. According to a TOI report, the RCB player tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday. The RCB starter has been separated from the rest of the team and is in quarantine. Padikkal is a key member of the team.
He was RCB’s top scorer last season. Not only this, but this year he also won the magnificent Vijay Hazare Trophy, in which he broke many records and was only behind Prithvi Shaw on the list of top riders. Given the shape of it, RCB has suffered a major setback before its initial correction.
Previously, Kolkata Knight Riders player Nitish Rana tested negative a few days ago as he was tested positive for COVID-19 .
However, the BCCI is still confident of hosting the 10 games from April 10 to 25 at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, but despite the sudden increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in the city, according to them, the change of place until the last minute. It may not be possible for them.