After the thirteen COVID-19 positive cases were reported in the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) camp, it was already an alarming sign for BCCI. The Yellow Army were looking to fall short for the participants after Suresh Raina left in midways for India after his family suffered a severe tragedy. Moving on a similar path where the COVID-19 strike at UAE has already restricted the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) to reveal the formal schedule for the league, the fourteenth positive case has been reported as denoted by the very reliable sources.
Fourteenth COVID-19 case reported, trouble for BCCI
It must be the time to scrap up than commencing ahead, considering player’s health as the utmost priority but the world’s richest cricket board is looking forward to every possible means for organizing their league.
Some sources from BCCI recently were spotted saying that each franchise will generate 150 INR Crore by the termination of the league. The massive amount must be the reason for not giving up. On the contrary, the source also added that the amount might be used to help the virus victims of the cricket-loving nation.