IPL 2021: Two Kolkata cricketers Covid positive, postponed KKR vs RCB match

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Despite thousands of warnings, the IPL could not be saved from the influence of COVID-19. Although several cricketers have contracted corona before the start of the tournament, it has not had a direct impact on the IPL. 

The tournament has moved forward as per schedule, now in the second half, the pace of IPL is going to stop for Corona. 

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The match between Kolkata and Bangalore is going to be postponed as two KKR cricketers have tested positive for Corona.

According to the news agency PTI, the news of the coronation of two KKR cricketers came to light. It is rumoured that the two cricketers are star spinner Varun Chakraborty and pacer Sandeep Warrior. It is feared that the two may have become infected while scanning for injuries outside the bio-bubble.

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The BCCI official told the news agency ANI, ‘Two covid in the KKR camp are positive. RCB is not willing to take the field against them. So the match is going to be postponed.

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BCCI sources also said that the match between Kolkata and Bangalore will be announced on Monday. Gujarat Cricket Association secretary Anil Patel told Sportstar: “I have received a message from the BCCI CEO and venue in-charge that today’s match has been cancelled. The new day will be announced soon.

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Although nothing has been officially announced by the board yet. Sources also said that they are waiting for the second test report. 

Since the first test report was wrong in the case of Narkia before, there is an unnecessary problem.

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