IPL 2022: DelhI Capitals vs Rajasthan Royals fit rescheduled from Pune at Wankhead to Mumbai because of Covid panic

IPL 2022: After Tim Seifert become the second one Delhi Capitals participant to check certain for Covid-19, BCCI made up our minds to reschedule their 7th fit of the season scheduled for Friday from MCA in Pune to Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

IPL 2022: Delhi Capitals will keep in Mumbai for the Rajasthan sport on Friday (courtesy BCCI/PTI)

The Board of Keep an eye on for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Wednesday introduced that the seventh fit of the IPl 2022 Delhi Capitals vs Rajasthan Royals scheduled for Friday 22 April has been moved from Pune to Mumbai. The verdict got here after every other Delhi Capitals participant, New Zealand goalkeeper Tim Seifert, examined certain for Covid-19.

Delhi and Rajasthan Royals had been intended to fulfill on the MCA Stadium in Pune, however the decisive sport will now happen on the iconic Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Particularly, that is the second one time the sport in Delhi has been rescheduled, as their sport towards the Punjab Kings on Wednesday was once moved from Pune to Mumbai’s Brabourne Stadium.

IPL 2022’s thirty second fit has come into query after it was once printed on Wednesday that Seifert become the second one Delhi Capitals participant after Mitchell Marsh to contract the virus. On the other hand BCCI made up our minds to move forward with the fit after confirming that the remainder of the Delhi Capitals contingent, excluding 6 members who examined certain for Covid, examined unfavourable in 2 rounds of trying out performed at the day of the fit.

“The Board of Keep an eye on for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Wednesday introduced the trade of venue for Delhi Capital’s No. 34 fit towards Rajasthan Royals from Pune’s MCA Stadium to Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium scheduled for April 22.th2022,” the BCCI stated in a remark.

“The verdict to switch the venue was once taken as a precautionary measure after Delhi Capitals registered its sixthth The COVID case of New Zealand goalkeeper Mr Tim Seifert examined certain in RT-PCR trying out as of late.”

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