RCB Player Yuzvendra Chahal Landed In Bengaluru

Royal Challenger’s Bangalore player Yuvjvendra Chahal has arrived Bengaluru to follow seven-day quarantine there before touring the UAE to feature in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020. On Friday (14th August), RCB had informed that franchises’ Indian players will arrive in the Bengaluru to follow one week quarantine period during which they would go under COVID-19 test for several times. Speaking to Deccan Herald, the RCB Chairman, Mr Sanjeev Churiwala stated that the players have been well briefed on the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) enforced by the BCCI. As per the SOP, the players will need to complete six rounds

RCB Player Yuzvendra Chahal Landed In Bengaluru
Yujvendra Chahal, RCB, IPL 2020

Royal Challenger’s Bangalore player Yuvjvendra Chahal has arrived Bengaluru to follow seven-day quarantine there before touring the UAE to feature in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020.

On Friday (14th August), RCB had informed that franchises’ Indian players will arrive in the Bengaluru to follow one week quarantine period during which they would go under COVID-19 test for several times.

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Speaking to Deccan Herald, the RCB Chairman, Mr Sanjeev Churiwala stated that the players have been well briefed on the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) enforced by the . As per the SOP, the players will need to complete six rounds of testing before they start their training sessions in the UAE.

As BCCI had also instructed to IPL franchise to have their medical team, RCB has informed that they have tied up with a medical organisation which conduct COVID-19 test.

“We have tied up with a reputed institution to conduct the Covid-19 tests. Only those who test negative after two-three rounds of testing will travel to the United Arab Emirates (UAE),” Mr. Churiwala said. 

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RCB. Photo Credit: IPL 2020.

During the 7-day hotel quarantine, RCB head coach Mike Hesson and Simon Katich will virtually engage with the players to ensure the team strategies for the much-awaited tournament.

“Whatever happens before a tournament, the same kind of planning will happen now, albeit in the virtual world. Players will be involved in team bonding and strategising sessions,” Mr. Churiwala added. 

As England and Australia will play the bilateral series in September, Australian cricketers Moeen Ali, Aaron Finch, Josh Philippe, and Kane Richardson, who are part of RCB, are set to miss first few matches of the IPL. But South African trio of Chris Morris, AB de Villiers, Dale Steyn and Sri Lanka’s Isuru Udana will join the squad before the tournament begins. The overseas players will also be flown through chartered flights.

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