After clearing the first round of the COVID-19 test, the veteran MS Dhoni is now eligible to get featured in the training camps for the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020).
With the preparations being commenced in full swing, Dhoni’s leading franchise, Chennai Super Kings (CSK) seems to be super excited as they were to be the first side to reach UAE until the upper body head diminished reaching the destination before 20th August.
According to reliable reports, after clearing the test, Dhoni is all set to captain the side once again. The side already started training sessions in March that were later on interrupted by the globally spreading diseases, COVID-19.
After the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) went on confirming the cash-rich league initiations by 20th September, Yellow Army is more eager than any other franchise.
The side is notably the second successful franchise of IPL after Rohit Sharma’s dominating Mumbai Indians (MI).
MS Dhoni cleared COVID-19 test, eligible for training camps
However, the International Cricket Council (ICC) have revealed the backup venues for World Cup 2021. UAE and Sri Lanka will be considered for hosting the World Cup 2021 as India, being the real hosts, are still suffering from the COVID-19 cases.
As per the last announcement, it had been decided that the T20 World Cup 2020 that has been shifted to 2022, will be hosted by Australia. Cricket Australia does not want to host it but now would have to do as the global cricket council has considered it as their utmost duty. However, the T20 World Cup 2021 was finalized to get hosted by India as there was a debate over the hosting rights.
It is to be noted that India also have the right to host the ICC World Cup 2023 that is to be played between October and November.