There are only 9 days left for IPL 2021 to begin. In such a situation, players have started joining the training camps of their teams. There are some players who are still unable to join their teams due to their work commitments and may not be able to play some matches even after the start of IPL 2021. In fact, some players from South Africa have not been able to join their IPL 2021 teams due to the ODI series with South Africa vs Pakistan. In such a situation, Delhi Capitals, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings may face major setbacks. Because South African players will be able to join these teams late.
The Biggest Loss To Delhi
Due to the ODI series played between South Africa and Pakistan, the Delhi Capitals’ team did not have the fast bowlers Kagiso Rabada and Enrique Norkhia (Anrich Nortje) joining the ODI team against Pakistan in the opening matches of the IPL. Will find While Rabada and Norkhia took the most wickets for Delhi last year.
Chennai-Mumbai Also Got A Big Shock
The five-day winning team Mumbai Indians and three-time winning team Chennai Super Kings may also have to suffer the loss of the ODI series played between South Africa and Pakistan. Mumbai opener player Quinton de Cock is also included in the team playing against Pakistan. While CSK fast bowler Lungi Engidi is in that team.
First Match Between Mumbai And RCB
The IPL 2021 will begin on 9 April and the first match will be played between Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore. After this, the second match will be between CSK and Delhi Capitals. Last year, the IPL was held in the UAE due to rising cases of Corona virus. But this year the IPL is being held once again in India.