CHENNAI: Chennai Super Kings, who have returned to victory in the IPL, are now ready to fight with Kolkata Knight Riders on their own. This was the first time that Chennai Super Kings played at Chepauk Stadium after May 2, 2015 for a two-year ban. Dhoni’s team is taking the match in the lead. On the other hand, Dinesh Karthik was in the first match of the Kolkata Knight ‘ The plan is to continue checking Chennai. Super Kings: The Allrounder Bravo Super Farm is a key factor.
Raina failed to score in the last match, focusing on a huge innings. Kedar Jadhav is a bit less likely to get away from the IPL because of injury. He will replace him with Murali Vijay. If that happens, Ryan goes down the batting order. If the pace bowler wants to take Sarodle Thakur instead of Marcwood, there is a chance to put Sam Billings in the pharyn quota. For Spin, Harbhajan, Imran Tahir and Jadeja trilogy made 5 over in the match against Mumbai. However, the three key players will be able to play in Chepauk, which is suitable for spin.
Nitrides: Kolkata captain and local boy Dinesh Karthik is ready to play more and more fans of his own fans. Sunil Narine, who has been in the last match, is trying to get Dhananathan again, while Chris Lin, Uthappa and Nitish Rana are batting. Johnson and Vinay’s pace attack were strong, while Kuldeep, Narain and Chawla sat in the spin department.
Cauvery dispute .. Great security
In the wake of the Tamil Nadu rival Cauvery water dispute, the match was set up with over 2,000 police personnel. Already the public unions and political parties have been actively involved in the creation of the Cauvery Board. The Tamil Nadu leaders were warned that the leaders would hold the stadium if they beat the match. The security was stabilized at the stadium. Flags and placards are banned. Fans will not be allowed to wear black clothes. The Minister of Agriculture Jayakumar urged the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association to understand the sentiments of the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association. He said the government would provide full security if the rules were to be implemented. IPL chairman Rajeev Kukla said that there is no need to move matches in any situation.