Meanwhile, Pune’s MCA stadium will now host Chennai’s home games in the aftermath of the Cauvery Water Dispute.
The decision came after massive protests broke out outside the stadium during CSK’s first home game. Moreover, the hurled shoes to CSK players.
The police failed also to assure the CSK officials of smooth running of the game.
The ‘Whitslepodu Express’ as named will take the Yellow Army from Chennai to Pune. Around a 1000 fans have boarded the Whistlepodu Express while CSK has also arranged for complimentary passes for the match as well as free food and accommodation.
Chennai Super Kings official Twitter handle took to Twitter to inform the news.
— Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) April 19, 2018
Chennai has made a strong comeback
MS Dhoni-led Chennai team has scripted a historic comeback in the tournament with two back to wins in the first two games. However, they lost the last match against Chennai Super Kings in a nail-biter.
Also, Chennai’s all the matches have gone to the wire entertaining the fans to the fullest. The Super Kings has built a strong team at the auctions retaining their core group of players.
They also have few exciting youngsters in their ranks which make the team more balanced. Next up for them is Rajasthan Royals on Friday at Pune.