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IPL 2020: Good news for Chennai Super Kings, Ambati Rayudu and Dwayne Bravo fit for the next match.

Ambati Rayudu

The Indian Premier League (2020) for the Chennai Super Kings led by Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been nothing special yet. As soon as the UAE reaches, the franchisees have had to be two-four with many difficulties. The team took the first blow when 13 members were found positive. Thereafter, the team’s two highly experienced players Suresh Raina and Harbhajan Singh decided not to play in the tournament for personal reasons, which was no less than a shock to the team.

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Despite all the hardships, the Chennai Super Kings made their spectacular debut defeating defending champion Mumbai Indians in the inaugural IPL match played in Abu Dhabi. Ambati Rayudu, who was the player of the match, played a very important role in the victory and played an innings of 71 runs in 48 balls. After the hamstrings, Rayudu was ousted from the team for the next two games. In both the matches, Chennai had to face defeat.

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On both occasions, Chennai failed to withstand the pressure and failed to achieve the target. Earlier, rajasthan Royals had to lose by 16 runs. The Delhi Capitals then defeated Dhoni’s team by 44 runs. The Chennai Super Kings, which is constantly improving in IPL, is currently undergoing a difficult phase. However, after returning to the Raiders team, they are now expected to reduce their discomfort. According to reports, in the next match of the CSK, Ambati Rayudu as well as Dwayne Bravo can return to the team’s playing XI.

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Chennai Super Kings Dwayne Bravo
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CSK CEO K.S. “Rayudu has been completely cured of hamstrings and will play in the next match,” Vishwanathan told the sports star on Monday. During the training, he ran without any trouble and batted on the net. “At the same time, the CSK CEO said that Bravo has also recovered from a thigh injury, which he was not able to bowl for. “He bowled well on the net,” he said. We have left behind difficulties earlier also. This time also we will do that.

Talking about the tournament, Chennai had a second defeat in IPL on September 25 against Delhi Capitals. The team has won its only match against defending champion Mumbai Indians, which was also the inaugural match of IPL 13. Bowling or batting, the team led by Mahendra Singh Dhoni is facing challenges in every field.

 

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