IPL 2020

India Cricket

IPL 2020

India Cricket


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The second leg of the Indian Premier League 2021 will begin on September 19, with the opening match between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians. The players and officials have already arrived in the Gulf nation and are putting the last touches on their preparations. Mumbai's ace batsman and skipper Rohit Sharma was seen preparing hard for the forthcoming games ahead of the mega-event.

It should be mentioned that, while all of the players arrived in the UAE well in advance, the Indian and English players who were involved in the current Test series only came 2-3 days ago. Mumbai organized a compact flight from Manchester to Abu Dhabi for Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Surykumar Yadav and their families.

As a result of COVID-19 incidents in the India camp, the BCCI has imposed a six-day obligatory quarantine on all players arriving from the United Kingdom. Although Indian players are in quarantine, Sharma makes the most of his time by completing his exercise regimen. The Mumbai captain's ability to impact his side in the forthcoming season remains to be seen.

It's important to remember that the Mumbai batsman is heading into the IPL on his performance in the England series. In the Oval Test, he hammered a century and guided India to a historic victory. Though Sharma has long been regarded as a white-ball specialist, he has also established himself in Test cricket.

The first match will feature action between two of the Indian T20 league's most accomplished clubs. MI will be hoping to retain their crown for the second year in a row and win their sixth trophy, while MS Dhoni's side will be hoping to win their fourth trophy for the great skipper. Despite a terrible run of form in the IPL 2020, CSK performed admirably in the Indian leg of the IPL 2021.

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