The team’s Director of Cricket Mike Hesson has said that Royal challengers Bangalore (RCB) will start its training camp for the upcoming season from March 29.
Mike Hesson told that the team’s star player AB de Villiers is reaching India on March 28 and he will be part of the training camp after the quarantine.
The Governing Council of the Indian Premier League recently announced the schedule of IPL 2021, which starts on 9 April. This 14th season of IPL will run on a total of 6 Venues.
Mike Hesson said- ‘This year’s IPL is quite different from last year. In the 13th season played in the UAE, the players stayed together for a long time but were away from international and domestic cricket.
This year the players are playing international cricket and domestic cricket continuously. In such a situation, it will not be difficult for him to play in the 14th season.”
Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) will play their first match on the opening day of IPL 2021 against the five-time champion and also defending champion Mumbai Indians
BCCI decided on six cities to play the league matches – Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore, Ahmedabad
Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad will host the playoffs and qualifiers and also final on 30 May 2021. Eight teams will play all their league matches in neutral venues, with no home advantage.