New Delhi. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) all-rounder Sam Curran’s chances of playing his first match against Mumbai Indians in the second leg of IPL 2021 are slim. The first match of the second round of IPL 2021 between the two will be held on September 19. The Chennai team is waiting for its English all-rounder, who is not taking the name of the ending.
Karen was part of the English team in the recent Test series against India. He has not yet arrived in the UAE. As per the rules, they have to stay in quarantine for days after arriving in the UAE. This means that he will not be able to play his first match against Mumbai Indians for his team Chennai Super Kings.
Karen left the bubble after the series ended
CSK are already worried about their opener Faf du Plessis and now Karen will not be available for the first match either. Things don’t seem to be going in the right direction for Chennai. Faf du Plessis, Dwayne Bravo and Imran Tahir will join CSK after the Caribbean Premier League 2021 final, but they will not have to stay in quarantine for 6 days as they will enter the IPL bubble from the CPL bubble.
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However, Karen, who left the bubble after the India-England Test series, will have to complete the mandatory quarantine time of 6 days. Plessis suffered a hamstring injury during the Caribbean Premier League (CPL 2021). Due to which he could not play 2 matches for his team including the semi-final. He is running in great form in the CPL. He is the third highest run-getter.
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