Rajasthan Royals will practice in Guwahati from 27 to 29 February for IPL

Feb 25 2020 02:57 PM
Rajasthan Royals will practice in Guwahati from 27 to 29 February for IPL

Jaipur: The Rajasthan High Court will give its verdict on March 17 on the matter of the Rajasthan Royals conducting two IPL matches in Guwahati. Meanwhile, the franchise has decided that it will organize a three-day camp at Guwahati's Barsapara Cricket Stadium, which will help her understand the circumstances of her possible second hometown.

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A source related to the matter has told the media that players of the Rajasthan Royals team will practice in Guwahati from February 27 to 29, including Robin Uthappa. The camp will be organized under the supervision of the franchise's Head of Cricket Zubeen Bharucha, batting coach Amol Majumdar and fielding coach Dishant Yagnik. The source said that from Thursday to Saturday, players will participate in this camp. It will also include Uthappa.

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The source said that some other big names in domestic cricket may also be involved, but it also depends on where he is with his state's Ranji teams, as the Ranji Trophy semi-finals are yet to begin. The purpose behind this camp is that we can understand the circumstances, because if we get approval from the court then it will be our second hometown."

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