The Indian Premier League (IPL) governing council has forbidden Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and all other franchises to travel UAE before 20th August.
IPL governing council restricted Chennai Super Kings to travel UAE before August 20
After the BCCI has forbidden traveling to UAE before 20th August, CSK are now no more eligible to leave for the destined venue.
According to the reports, CSK were going to depart for UAE before any other franchise for taking part in IPL.
The side seems super-excited as they earlier started practicing sessions in March. Unfortunately, the practicing was stopped in the midst of the wake of globally spreading Coronavirus. Dhoni’s leading side has won three titles since 2008 and ranks second after Mumbai Indians.
The IPL is ready to open its wings by 19th September and will last till November 8th. Earlier, the league was all set to be kicked off by 29th March but the several delays amidst the Coronavirus delayed the league shortly. The Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) was looking for every possible window to organize the cash-rich T20 league. After the ACC and the ICC have canceled the Asia Cup and the T20 World Cup, BCCI has got a vacant window of September-November to hold it and have decided 19th September as the initiative date.
However, Cricket South Africa (CSA), Cricket Australia (CA), New Zealand Cricket (NZC) have revealed that they will be issuing the No Objection Certificates (NOCs) to the players who are the participants of the Indian Premier League (IPL).
NZC has left the choice of its players. The players are set free to decide on their own if they want to feature in IPL amidst the pandemic.