The Chennai Super Kings (CSK) management flew in bowling coach L. Balaji and batting consultant Michael Hussey – who tested positive for COVID-19 – from Delhi to Chennai in air ambulances.

With the league postponed, most franchises have sent their players back to their respective homes, but Hussey and Balaji will have to isolate for at least a couple of weeks.

With its headquarters in Chennai, the CSK team management believes that they will be able to provide better health care facilities in Chennai.

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“We are bringing them to Chennai because we have access to all the facilities there. They are fine now but in case the need arises, we can get better facilities in Chennai so we are bringing them here,” CSK CEO Kasi Viswanathan told¬†Sportstar.

The two reached Chennai on Thursday late afternoon in two separate air…

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