Chennai Super Kings has begun their training ahead of playing the remainder of IPL 2021

IPL team, Chennai Super Kings have started their training session in Dubai to play the remaining IPL matches of the 2021 season.

IPL 2021 is set to begin on September 19. Earlier in April and May, the IPL 2021 was been scheduled to play in India and also some games were played in the Indian stadiums, but now due to COVID 19 pandemic, BCCI has decided to shift the remaining matches of the IPL 2021 to UAE. All the games which are due to play will be held in the three stadiums of UAE.

As the IPL 2021 was suspended for some, months, some players were enjoying their holidays and some were playing in other tournaments. But as the dates of IPL 2021 are coming near, many teams and players have started their preparation. So, before this year’s IPL got suspended, the team which was in the 2nd position on the points table i.e Chennai Super Kings has begun its training session. Captain MS Dhoni and vice-captain Suresh Raina along with the other team members were seen training in Dubai on Thursday. The last season of IPL didn’t go well for Chennai Super Kings as it was the first time that the team didn’t manage to finish in the top 4. But, since this 2021 season started, it started with a spark for the Super Kings. They are looking sharp in their batting and fielding, however, bowling is still a major concern for captain MS Dhoni and Super kings.

The IPL 2021 will resume with a blockbuster game between the old rivals i.e. Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings in Dubai. The last time when these two teams met, CSK was lost to Mumbai Indians because of Keiron Pollard’s spectacular batting. Super Kings are looking for revenge and thus, they have started their training session with one month left for the IPL to start. Captain Ms. Dhoni and Vice-captain Suresh Raina were seen doing batting practices in the net along with their teammates in this training session.

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