To provide proper training before the initiation of IPL, Chennai Super Kings are proposing to set up their camp in the UAE from early August before the IPL starts from 19th of September. Players have been asked to report at Chennai first and after that, they will leave for Dubai from a charter flight. However, this is subject to the approval of the Indian Government.
On the previous week, it was confirmed by Brijesh Patel – the chairman of IPL Governing Council had confirmed the tournament will start from September 19 with the final match on either November 8 or 10 but they are still waiting for the government’s approval. The governing council has scheduled the meeting on 2nd August, Sunday to make the decision on the logistical challenges. The Standard Operating Procedure (SOPs) for the securing of the 51 days around three venues for eight teams will be finalized in the meeting.
As per the IPL best tipper – Bhaiji, one of the major issues will be player’s fitness provided the IPL roasters majority have not played cricket in the recent months. Some of the franchises have asked for permission to land in Dubai on Aug 20 or 21. With the oldest team in the IPL league, the challenge for CSK is more important.
Before the lockdown and the spread of the virus, CSK was the first team to start their training camp in March. In fact, the senior players such as Ambati Rayudu and Suresh Raina had begun their training to get in perfect shape from December 2019 that was originally scheduled to begin on March 29 2020. According to the best tipper of IPL – Bhaiji, this IPL will have 60 matches that would be played in 51 days. However, it was originally scheduled to last for 50 days in March.
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