Big news came with the Chennai Team

Big news came with the Chennai Team

Four-time champions Chennai Super Kings continued their winning streak by defeating Mumbai Indians by 7 wickets at the Wankhede Stadium. This is CSK’s second win in a row after losing the first match against Gujarat Titans. Earlier, MS Dhoni’s team defeated Lucknow Super Giants by 12 runs. Chennai, who are fourth in the points table, will now face Rajasthan Royals at their home ground on April 12. There is good news ahead of this match for Chennai, who are struggling with player injuries.

In fact, Sri Lankan bowlers Maheesh Theekshana and Matheesha Pathirana, who bowled brilliantly for Chennai Super Kings in IPL 2022, will join the team soon. According to media reports, both the players will join the CSK team on April 10. Maheesh Theekshana and Matheesha Pathirana were included in Sri Lanka’s squad for the 3-match T20 series against New Zealand. The last T20 match of the series was played on April 8. Mystery spinner Maheesh Theekshana, who made his debut in the IPL last year, took 12 wickets in 9 matches of the league. At the same time, medium pacer Matheesha Pathirana took 2 wickets in 2 matches.

Chennai’s star fast bowler Deepak Chahar had to leave the field due to an injury during the match against Mumbai Indians. He has been diagnosed with a hamstring problem. Due to injury, Deepak Chahar could not play in the last season of IPL as well. Chahar’s injury is a big blow for Chennai. New Zealand fast bowler Kyle Jamison has already been ruled out of the tournament due to injury.

Ben Stokes and Moeen Ali also did not play in the match against Mumbai Indians due to being unfit. If Suresh Raina is to be believed, Deepak Chahar has been out for many matches. It looks like Deepak is out for 4-5 matches, Raina said during commentary on Jio Cinema. Maybe he has a hamstring injury again. All other IPL venues are far away from Chennai and involve a lot of travel.

Amit Darji

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