Finest news for all the cricketing fans as Chennai Super Kings all-rounder Sam Curran arrived in UAE on Wednesday (September 15) morning. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) took to Twitter to convey the update and shared his pic from the group’s lodging. Despite the fact that he has arrived in UAE, Curran will not be available for the establishment’s first installation against Mumbai Indians (MI).
According to the conventions, those coming from the UK need to remain in confinement for 6 days and Curran will be in hard isolation now. He will go through COVID-19 tests during this period and will be permitted to emerge from his room whenever he is finished with every one of the conventions.
An ordinary individual from the playing XI since joining CSK in the IPL 2020 closeout, Curran scored 186 runs and scalped 13 wickets last season. In the India leg of IPL 2021, he scored 52 runs and excused 9 batsmen. It will be the first run through since joining CSK that Curran will miss an apparatus for the Yellow Army.
Curran’s inaccessibility is a major hit to the establishment as Dwayne Bravo hasn’t bowled in the Caribbean Premier League since September 4. CSK will pass up the administrations of a quick bowling all-rounder in case Bravo is considered unsuitable to bowl.
CSK will kick off their UAE leg of the period against Mumbai Indians on September 19. They will next face Royal Challengers Bangalore (September 24), Kolkata Knight Riders (September 26), Sunrisers Hyderabad (September 30), Rajasthan Royals (October 2), Delhi Capitals (October 4) and Punjab Kings (October 7), individually.
With 5 successes from 7 matches, CSK are placed in second spot in the focuses table. They had started off the season with a loss against Delhi Capitals prior to going on a five-match series of wins. CSK lost to MI in their seventh tie of the India leg of the period.