New Delhi: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) captain MS Dhoni said that there is no uncertainty in terms of playing the next season in the Indian Premier League (IPL), but whether it will be for CSK or not, it is something that will happen for India. Former captain. Not sure about that either. Also Read – RCB vs DC Dream11 Team Prediction, Fantasy Sports Hints Vivo IPL 2021 Match 56: Captain, Vice-Captain – Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Delhi Capitals, Probable Playing 11, Injury news for today’s T20 match in Dubai 7.30 PM IST Friday 8 October
Dhoni, known for his sense of humour, had said during the toss against Punjab Kings on Thursday that he was sure he would wear yellow but was ready for two new teams to participate in the IPL from next season. Yes, they cannot be seen together. CSK. Also Read – SRH vs MI Dream11 Team Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Hints VIVO IPL Match 55: Captain, Vice-Captain – Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians, Playing 11, Injury News for today’s T20 match at Sheikh Zayed Stadium at 7.30 pm Friday October 8 at IST
“You will see me in yellow next season but whether I will play for CSK or not, you never know,” Dhoni said during the toss. Also Read – IPL 2021 Points Table Today After Latest KKR vs RR, Match 54: Kolkata Knight Riders Virtually Seal Final Playoff Spot With Win Over Rajasthan Royals; KL Rahul advances in Orange Cap list
But the 40-year-old made it clear that the reason he thinks so is due to the fact that there are a lot of uncertainties for next season and with two new teams coming in, no one is really sure what the retention rules are. And the rest is left to speculate, as Dhoni usually does with a smile.
“There are a lot of uncertainties coming, two new teams coming in, we don’t know what the retention rules are and so on,” Dhoni said before confirming that he will play in the same team against PBKS.
Earlier on Tuesday, Dhoni had rubbished all the rumors and confirmed that he will return for the IPL next year and is expected to play his farewell match in Chennai. “You will still have the opportunity to bid me farewell. Hope you come to see me in Chennai where I will play my last match and I can meet all my fans.
Punjab captain KL Rahul won the toss and elected to field first to keep their playoff alive. After restricting Chennai to 134 for 6 in his allotted 20 overs, Rahul took matters into his own hands and scored an unbeaten 98 off 42 balls to take his team home with seven overs to spare.
But that too may fall short for Punjab Kings as Kolkata Knight Riders have won their final game and almost reached the playoffs.