Another Delhi Capitals international participant examined covid constructive forward of DCvsPBKS match: One extra abroad participant from Delhi Capitals (DC) contingent has examined covid constructive within the current spherical of testing carried out by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on April 20, Wednesday. The COVID tally has reached now reached half a dozen after the current report of one other taking part in member being examined covid constructive.
Notably, the covid constructive report has come by means of the Rapid Antigen testings. The BCCI is organising one other spherical of RT-PCR assessments for all of the members of the Delhi Capitals earlier than they present as much as play in opposition to Punjab Kings (PBKS) tonight within the Brabourne Stadium.
The Indian cricket board is arranging door-to-door testing of the whole Delhi squad forward of tonight’s fixture in opposition to Punjab Kings.
Delhi Capitals are scheduled to face Punjab Kings (PBKS) on twentieth April within the Brabourne Stadium. The fixture was earlier slated to be staged in Pune’s Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, nevertheless, in wake of covid risk, the BCCI make tweaks to the venue.
“The change of venue has been triggered due to (then) five COVID-19 positive cases in the Delhi Capitals contingent,” BCCI mentioned in an announcement on Tuesday.
Earlier, Australian all-rounder, Mitchell Marsh had examined covid constructive and was subsequently hospitalised. Four extra non-playing members of the Delhi contingent have been recognized as covid constructive within the RT-PCR testings.
- Patrick Farhat – Physiotherapist (examined constructive on April 15)
- Chetan Kumar – Sports Massage Therapist (examined constructive on April 16)
- Mitchell Marsh – Player (examined constructive on April 18)
- Dr Abhijit Salvi – Team physician (examined constructive on April 18)
- Akash Mane – Social Media Content group member (examined constructive on April 18)
As of now, there is no such thing as a replace obtained from the BCCI relating to tonight’s recreation between DC and Punjab Kings. If the RT-PCR testing exhibits all unfavorable, then the match will proceed as per the schedule, in any other case, the Indian cricket board might plan to re-schedule it to a latter date.