Relief news is coming out for CSK, the captaincy team of MS Dhoni, which has presented a strong claim on the title of IPL 2021. What is the whole news, we will tell you about it, along with it also tell that some players are part of CPL now. Those who will reach UAE directly. Some important players from Chennai are also included in these players.
Good news for CSK before the start of IPL 2021
Ahead of the tournament starting in UAE from September 19, news is coming that the team’s opener Faf du Plessis may be available in the first match for the team against Mumbai Indians (MI). This is a possibility. But, it is difficult to say so now. Du Plessis is currently part of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL 2021). Here he also had to face injury. Due to which he could not play some matches for the team including the semi-finals.
But, in the meantime it is expected that he will be fully fit by Sunday. Talking about the performance of Plessis, he is currently running in tremendous form in the CPL. He is the third player to score the most runs in this league. However, due to injury, du Plessis could not play 2 matches for his franchise St Lucia Kings.
Faf du Plessis’s medical team will investigate after reaching UAE
According to a report quoted by the Times of India, Plessis has informed the CSK management that he can regain his fitness after getting a week’s rest. He is also taking all kinds of precautions to get fit as soon as possible. According to information received from a source, after Plessis reaches the UAE on Thursday, the CSK medical team will also examine him.
In this regard, the source has also told that, till the examination of our medical team and physio, we are not in a position to give any kind of comment on the availability of the place. But, if du Plessis is available in the first match, then the captain’s concern can be taken care of by Virat. Because in the first phase, he played an important role in the win as an opener for Chennai. Apart from Plessis, CSK’s Imran Tahir and Dwayne Bravo, who are currently busy in the Caribbean Premier League, will also reach the UAE on Thursday.