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RCB captain Virat Kohli told fellow players – If the work load is increasing in practice, then we can reduce it by talking to you. -File photo
- IPL will be held in UAE from 19 September to 10 November this time due to Corona
- The tournament will be held in a bio-secure environment, all 8 teams will play 14-14 matches in 53 days.
Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) is fully involved in preparing for the Indian Premier League (IPL). For the first time, Kohli has suggested to fellow players to not put pressure on the team trying to win the title. He said that the players’ workload may be reduced during training, but they will have to exert full force.
The IPL will be in a bio-secure environment in the UAE this time due to Corona. From September 19 to November 10, all 8 teams will play 14–14 matches. There will be a total of 60 matches in the IPL, including an eliminator, two qualifiers and the final. All matches will be played in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah.
I want to see speed in training: Kohli
RCB has started training in Sharjah after completing the quarantine period from 30 August. Captain Virat Kohli gave tips to fellow players, “If we feel that the work load is increasing in the beginning, then we can reduce it by talking to you. However, when we do less work, I want quality. I don’t want people to run for two or two and a half hours and then feel tired. Let’s reduce the workload, but let’s practice it with full potential. I want to see the speed in everyone’s training. ”
The last team to start CSK training
Recently, two people of Chennai Super Kings (CSK), including Deepak Chahar and Rituraj Gaikwad, 13 people have been infected with corona. Barring all these, captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and the rest of the players have started practice from Friday after the third corona test came negative. For this reason CSK has been the last team to start training.