IPL 2020: CSK requests IPL governing council to reduce boundary size in Dubai and Abu Dhabi grounds

Chennai Super Kings are currently at number 6 with just two wins in six matches.

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Chennai Super Kings (CSK) has requested IPL governing council to bring the ropes in at Dubai and Abu Dhabi and make the ground dimensions small. They said the senior players can either field or bat, but can't do both in the heat and on the big grounds at Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

CSK has batted second in all their six matches in IPL 2020 till now, and their middle order has failed to come good in any of the chases without the help of the top order.

Even Bollywood actor Salman Khan wants Kedar Jadhav to fake an injury and sit out for the rest of the IPL 13. Kedar is a huge fan of Salman, and the superstar thinks if he keeps on playing like this, soon 'Main Superman, Salman ka fan' song would stop making sense which will affect Bhai's brand value.

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CSK is under huge pressure to deliver in the rest of the matches and reducing the size of the grounds would mean they won't have to run around much and save energies. This could come in handy for their players who are mostly on the wrong side of 30.

Rajasthan Royals has come in full support of Super Kings. Sanju Samson and Steve Smith have also signed CSK's request letter to make the ground as small as Sharjah, where they have done extremely well. 

Even Gautam Gambhir has requested Jay Shah to approve the request so he could finally post all the tweets he has kept in the draft after Samson's last three failures.



By Coc Administrator - 09 Oct, 2020

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