SRH vs MI Game Set To Rescheduled After Wriddhiman Saha And Amit Mishra Test COVID-19 Positive:
SRH vs MI Game Set To Rescheduled After Wriddhiman Saha And Amit Mishra Test COVID-19 Positive. The SRH wicketkeeper batsmen tested positive for COVID. Forcing the postponement of tonight’s game between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Mumbai Indians. Cricbuzz reported the report. This is the second game in a row that will be rescheduled after a player tested positive for COVID-19. Meanwhile, the BCCI has scheduled a meeting on May 4 to discuss the future of the IPL 2021.
Wriddhiman Saha’s situation is the seventh in the last two days in which players and support personnel from the same IPL franchise tested positive for COVID. Previously, Varun Chakravarty and Sandeep Warrier from the KKR camp tested positive, followed by three CSK participants, including CEO Kasi Vishwanathan.
Amit Mishra tested positive for COVID;
In the midst of all the confusion, the BCCI is moving the remaining games to Mumbai. Which has recently become the worst affected city by COVID in the world. Meanwhile, Delhi Capitals spinner Amit Mishra tested positive for COVID. After playing against the KKR on April 29, the franchise has already ordered to undergo quarantine. Several credible sources on Twitter have also verified the reports of Saha and Mishra testing positive for COVID. Mishra’s latest event brings the overall number of tainted players in three separate franchises to four. With the addition of Balaji, there are now four camps with active Covid-19 events.
The KKR-RCB game to be rescheduled this season. As a result of CSK players testing positive, the CSK vs RR match has also postponed. The SRH-MI match is the third game to postponed in two days. Following the discovery of COVID in the KKR camp. However, the BCCI is preparing to hold all of the remaining IPL games in Mumbai. Every day, the number of cases in the country grows exponentially, and the epidemic has spread to the IPL. Affecting players and support personnel from two franchises. Meanwhile, if anything goes as planned, Mumbai could host matches as early as this weekend.