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CSK thinks, playing IPL without foreigners will be like another Syed Mushtaq Ali trophy

CSK thinks, playing IPL without foreigners will be like another Syed Mushtaq Ali trophy

CSK thinks, playing IPL without foreigners will be like another Syed Mushtaq Ali trophy

Chennai Super Kings (CSK), one of the successful franchises of the Indian Premier League (IPL) has neglected Royal Challengers Bangalores (RCB) idea or dragging the cash-rich league ahead without foreign players.

CSK’s management thinks that it will be like playing The another Syed Mushtaq Ali trophy without foreign players in the cash-rich league. CSK has totally neglected RCB’s idea and says that there is no point to commence the league without international players.

The Coronavirus pandemic has halted the cricketing activities. IPL, that got popularity across several cricket-loving countries, was to go ahead by 29th March. The global health crisis, Coronavirus, spreading rapidly neglected the scenario and forced Indian cricketing authorities to postpone the league after organizing the league in April-May window didn’t work.

CSK thinks, playing IPL without foreigners will be like another Syed Mushtaq Ali trophy

The availability of international players is going to be one of the major problems as flights among several countries has been suspended indefinitely. Dhoni’s leading franchise thinks it would be rather good to organize the league later this year than playing without international players.

“CSK is not keen to do an IPL with only Indian players. That way it would be playing another Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy (domestic T20 competition). The franchise has not been in touch with the BCCI of late as the situation is worsening. Let’s hope we can have the IPL later this year,” a source said as quoted by The New Indian Express.

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