All steps have been taken to keep the IPL tax-free. The cricketers will have Covid-19 Tests in stages throughout the IPL. The BCCI has made it clear once again that it is unwilling to take any risk. The corona of the entire team, including all the Mumbai Indians cricketers, was tested on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Trent Bolt is taking the heat of the UAE as a challenge. In the absence of Lasith Malinga, Bolt is responsible for bowling the most teams in the IPL. The New Zealand left-arm pacer is as cautious as he enjoys.
“The biggest challenge in the emirate is to prepare yourself to play cricket at 45 degrees in the middle of the desert,” said Bolt. It is winter in my country now. The temperature is 6-7 degrees right now. So I have to take the challenge to prepare myself.
Bolt has played for several teams in the IPL, including KKR. This is the first time he will play for Mumbai. “I have played for several teams in Mumbai before,” he said. This time I will play for this team. A family thought has been working in me from the beginning. ‘
Twenty-two yards is usually rough because of the heat of the emirate. That’s why pacers don’t get that much help. With that in mind, Bolt countered, ‘I’ve played cricket here before. Very familiar with the condition. I also know how the pitch is. With that in mind, if we can identify the place to throw the ball properly, we have the skill to give the best.
Rohit Sharma’s team has the depth to perform in the IPL this time. Mumbai is being included in the list of potential champions. From Rohit to Yashpreet Burma, everyone has been tested before going down to the field.
However, Bolt says, ‘Experienced players from all over the world have come to give their best in the IPL. I also want to match myself once again on this stage. ‘