The BCCI through a statement confirmed 13 cases of corona virus infections in CSK camp without divulging their names. “They should have told us about the members, who got infected. For our own safety,” an anonymous team source said. To ensure enough star power on the field, RohitSharma-led defending champions Mumbai Indians could open the season against RCB.The COVID-19 positive tests mean CSK will have to undergo a 14-day quarantine period instead of six days which will greatly affect their preparations. Reportedly, lights went off at a practice venue while a team was training and another team’s staff is yet to “receive the tracking devices.”Franchises have also written to BCCI to confirm the fixtures even as they figure out how to commute between Abu Dhabi and Dubai which have different regulations for the Covid 19.