PBKS vs CSK: "Matheesha Pathirana and Maheesh Theekshana will join the CSK camp on…" – The player’s manager issues an official statement.

Matheesha Pathirana and Maheesh Theekshana

Amila Kalugalage gave a positive update on the availability of Matheesha Pathirana and Maheesh Theekshana in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024. Amila Kalugalage mentioned that Pathirana and Theekshana will join the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) camp in time after completing the registration process. visa.

Chennai Super Kings were without the services of Mustafizur Rahman, Matheesha Pathirana and Maheesh Theekshana in their recent match. Mustafizur, the second highest wicket-taker in IPL 2024, had to return to his home country as his No Objection Certificate from his board expired on May 1.

Matheesha Pathirana and Matheesha Theekshana returned home to get visas for the T20 World Cup. Pathirana has taken 13 wickets in 6 matches at an average of 13.00 and an economy rate of 7.68. Theekshana has secured two wickets in three games at an average of 45.50 and an economy rate of 7.58.

Expect fireworks from the two boys: Matheesha Pathirana’s manager

Matheesha Pathirana’s manager Amila Kalugalage took to X (formerly known as Twitter) to announce that both Pathirana and Maheesh Theekshana will join the CSK camp in time. Kalugalage stated that the duo would put up an impressive performance if given the opportunity to bowl.

“Theekshana and Pathirana will join the CSK camp in time after completing the Visa process for the upcoming CWC2024. Good news for #whistlepodu fans. Expect fireworks of the two children if they have the opportunity to play. #IPL2024 #yellow” wrote Amila Kalugalage.

The Ruturaj Gaikwad-led team suffered a seven-wicket defeat to Punjab Kings (PBKS) at home on May 1. Mustafizur conceded only 22 runs in four overs, including a first over. Richard Gleeson made his IPL debut in Pathirana’s absence and took one wicket for 30 runs in 3.5 overs.

Sri Lankan children to get visas – Stephen Fleming

CSK coach Stephen Fleming expressed hope for Matheesha Pathirana’s availability for the upcoming match. Fleming acknowledged the challenge of quickly adjusting the team’s game plan and the need for players to adapt to their roles.

“Deepak Chahar is not looking good. The initial feeling was not very good. So we are waiting for more positive reports. The physiotherapists and doctors will take a look. The Sri Lankan children are on the way to get visas. So we hope that their process is successful. and we will get them back for our next game in the north (in Dharamshala),” said Stephen Fleming.

“Richard Gleeson was fine, he tested positive. Tushar Deshpande came down with the flu so we had to make some changes today, which is a bit unusual. But again, that’s part of this and we have resources. The thing is, they don’t have “It’s time for us to get comfortable with their roles and for us to get comfortable with the game plan we’re fighting with,” Fleming added.

Chennai will take on Punjab Kings in their next match at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium in Dharamshala on Sunday, May 5. Team CSK is currently at fifth place in the 10-team points table while Punjab Kings are at seventh. place.

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