The class was suspended on Tuesday after Sunrisers Hyderabad wicketkeeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha and Delhi Capitals spinner Amit Mishra were discovered to be Kovid-19 positive.
Indian Premier League (IPL) director Brijesh Patel says that the BCCI will figure out how to return unfamiliar players after this T20 group is delayed uncertainly.
The alliance was declared on Tuesday after Sunrisers Hyderabad wicketkeeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha and Delhi Capitals veteran spinner Amit Mishra were discovered to be Kovid-19 positive.
At the point when gotten some information about how the unfamiliar players will return, Brijesh told PTI, “We need to send them home and we will figure out how to do it.”
Unfamiliar players are concerned
Unfamiliar players related with this stunning association are stressed over getting back to their nations in light of the fact that numerous nations have forced travel limitations because of the destructive plague in India.
BCCI has given affirmation
The BCCI has prior additionally guaranteed the protected return of unfamiliar players. A couple of days prior Australia all-rounder Glenn Maxwell said that his country’s cricketers have no issue going in his sanctioned plane that will take players from India, New Zealand and England to the UK after the IPL.
India and New Zealand players were to leave for England after IPL
India and New Zealand are planned to play the last of the World Test Championship from June 18 and were to leave for England after the IPL closes. On Monday, aside from Chennai Super Kings bowling trainer L Balaji, Kolkata Knight Riders bowlers Sandeep Warrier and Varun Chakraborty were additionally discovered positive.