Only a few days are left for the second phase of IPL 2021 to start. In this tournament, from the CPL (CPL) to the ongoing series between Sri Lanka and South Africa (SL vs SA), the players will get directhave to reach. But, the news that is coming before that can increase the problems for the players. The league has not even started yet, a new trouble has invited. Know the complete news related to this through this report of ours….
New update for players arriving in UAE from different countries
Actually, now the problem is coming that at this time T20 series is being played between South Africa and Sri Lanka. Whose last match is today. Some players involved in this series are also part of IPL. Those who will reach UAE on Wednesday as soon as the series is over. The match is from 19 September. But, now the problem is that, UAE has kept Sri Lanka in the red list. Earlier such things were clarified that the players joining the IPL 2021 will enter the bio bubble from the bio bubble.
Due to which they will not have to stay in quarantine for long. But, such news is coming out that players from South Africa, Sri Lanka and CPL will face quarantine for the first 6 days after reaching UAE. After that they will be allowed to join the team. It has been learned from some close sources that the teams have decided to bring the players to the UAE and a separate charter plane will be sent to each country.
Players arriving in UAE from CPL and SL-SA will not enter the bio bubble directly
Giving information about this to the news agency ANI, a source said that,
“The franchises have decided to bring players from the CPL (West Indies) as well as Sri Lanka to the UAE. For this a charter plane will be sent for the players of CPL. One will be sent for the players participating in the ongoing Sri Lanka-South Africa series.
Imran Tahir and Faf du Plessis are currently part of CPL from Chennai Super Kings. Dwayne Bravo is also playing in this league right now.
These players will have to face quarantine for two days after reaching UAE
For IPL 2021, Kieron Pollard (Mumbai Indians), Chris Gayle (Punjab Kings), Andre Russell (Kolkata Knight Riders), Shimron Hetmyer (Delhi Capitals), Nicholas Pooran (Punjab Kings) have to reach UAE from West Indies.
The Sri Lankan pair of Wanindu Hasaranga and Dushmantha Chamira, who were signed by RCB last month in their squad for the second leg. He is currently part of the T20 series against South Africa.
Players will be allowed to join IPL 2021 franchises only if the report comes negative
South African players like Quinton de Kock (Mumbai Indians), David Miller (Rajasthan Royals) and Lungi Ngidi (Chennai Super Kings) will arrive in UAE along with Sri Lankan players. All players arriving in the United Arab Emirates from the Caribbean and Sri Lanka will have to self-isolate for two days. Here all of them will have a Kovid-19 test. If the report comes negative then they will be allowed to join their franchise.