IPL Teams Ready for Practice after Six-Day Quarantine          

IPL Teams Ready for Practice after Six-Day Quarantine

The first match of IPL will be played on 19 September. The players, who arrived UAE last week Kings XI Punjab and Rajasthan Royals, have completed the mandatory six-day quarantine. During this time all three of his Corona Tests for the Covid-19 come negative. Now the players of both teams are ready for practice. To avoid the heat of Dubai, these teams plan to practice in the evening. The Kolkata Knight Riders' team also reached the United Arab Emirates (UAE) last Thursday. His team is based in Abu Dhabi. Keeping in mind the heat during daytime, the practice timings of the teams will be between 4 pm and 11 pm each day. The Punjab outfit, to be led by KL Rahul, made first use of the facilities while Royals reported from 8 pm.

According to the report by Inside Sports, all the players were locked in their room and they did not even have permission to step outside the room. A source said in reference to the Royals, "All players who arrived here from India have cleared three rounds of testing and will start training today," David Miller, who has moved to Royals from KXIP, will join the squad after completing his quarantine having arrived only yesterday. The same goes for another South African Hardus Viljoen, who will join KXIP nets after six days of isolation. "All those who flew from India on 20th and have cleared quarantine will start training today," said a KXIP source. It is only for the first time in 13 years that the entire IPL is being held outside India. The IPL will run from September 19 to November 10 and will be played in bio-secure environment due to the raging COVID-19 pandemic. IPL matches will be held in Abu Dhabi, they will be late in the evening, which will start from around seven thirty in the evening.




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