The Kolkata Knight Riders are in trouble after two of their players tested positive for COVID-19, and their match against the Royal Challengers Bangalore has rescheduled;
The Kolkata Knight Riders are in trouble after two of their players tested positive for COVID-19, and their match against the Royal Challengers Bangalore has rescheduled. The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Royal Challengers Bangalore on Monday (May 3) has rescheduled for a later date after two KKR players tested positive for COVID-19. The two cricketers have isolated, while the rest of the team has tested negative. According to an IPL press release on the production. In the third round of testing in the last four days, Varun Chakravarthy and Sandeep Warrier found positive. The other members of the team have also tested negative for COVID-19.
Both players have cut themselves off from the rest of the team. The Medical Team is in constant contact with the pair and is keeping an eye on their fitness. Meanwhile, the Kolkata Knight Riders have instituted a regular checking regimen in order to detect and handle any further potential cases as soon as possible. The Medical Team is still investigating the two positive cases near and informal encounters in the 48 hours preceding the processing of the sample that yielded the positive test results.
Varun Chakravarthy and Sandeep Warrier tested positive;
The BCCI and the Kolkata Knight Riders prioritize the health and welfare of all participants. Due to this progress, the BCCI has agreed to reschedule the match between RCB and KKR, and the new date will be confirmed later. Soon after news of two KKR players testing positive for the deadly virus surfaced speculations about the game’s postponement arose. The RCB team management has apprehensive about taking the field tonight.
Varun Chakravarthy and Sandeep Warrier tested positive. Which left the RCB camp nervous. The game will be delayed the official quoted as saying by the news agency. So far, the tournament has not kind to the KKR franchise. Having begun the season with much promise under Eoin Morgan. KKR has so far struggled to impress, enduring five losses in seven games. They are sixth in the eight-team table and are facing early relegation for the third season in a row. The announcement that its players had tested positive for COVID symptoms would further depress the team’s morale.