Mumbai: Indian Premier League is ready to start from April 9, 2021. Only a week forward of the beginning of the 14th season, a stunning information is coming throughout from the state of Maharashtra. As many as eight Groundsmen on the Wankhade Stadium in Mumbai examined constructive throughout the exams performed earlier than the beginning of IPL 2021.
As reported by The Hindu, 19 groundsmen on the Wankhade Stadium needed to endure the necessary RT-PCR check earlier than the beginning of the IPL. Three workers member had examined constructive on March 26 whereas 5 of them examined constructive on April 1, 2021. Wankhade is scheduled to host IPL video games from April 10 to April 25. However with this revelation and likewise because of the rising Covid-19 circumstances within the state of Mahrashtra, nothing might be stated for sure.
It’s learnt that to make up for the eight contaminated ground-staff, Wankhade administration could be roping in employees from Sharad Pawar Academy at BKC and Sachin Tendulkar Gymkhana in Kandivali.
Will The BCCI Transfer IPL Out Of Mumbai?
With the growing variety of Covid-19 circumstances within the nation, will probably be fascinating to see if IPL administration takes any choice with reference to altering sure venue within the event.
Maharashtra’s Chief Minister took a press convention on Friday and knowledgeable the folks that the potential for a lockdown can’t be denied. The most recent numbers present 3, 89, 832 energetic circumstances within the state of Maharashtra.
Nevertheless, as issues stand Wankhade Stadium will host matches from 10-25 April 2021 with none followers in attendance. However with this new revelation of an infection of corona among the many Wankhade workers, will probably be fascinating to see if BCCI reconsiders its choice to play in Mumbai.