IPL 2019: MS Dhoni Fit to Play Against Delhi Capitals
Chennai Super Kings captain MS Dhoni is fit to play against Delhi Capitals in the 50th match of the ongoing season. Dhoni had missed the last match against Mumbai Indians due to fever and he is once again going to take back the field for the defending champions.
Meanwhile, the reigning champions had dearly missed the services of their captain in the last match against Mumbai Indians. In fact, Chennai Super Kings have played two matches without the services of MS Dhoni in the ongoing edition and they have lost both of them.
Dhoni is fit.
In fact, Chennai Super Kings has heavily relied on the shoulders of MS Dhoni. Not only as a leader but as a batsman, MS Dhoni plays a key role for the Men in Yellow. The talisman batsman is in fine form in the ongoing season of the IPL.
MS Dhoni has been in fine form in the ongoing season. Dhoni has scored 314 runs in seven innings at a Bradmanesque average of 104.57. The talisman will like to continue his good form going in the forthcoming World Cup.
— Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) May 1, 2019
On the other hand, Chennai Super Kings head coach Stephen Fleming had confirmed that Dhoni is on the right path of recovery.
“Dhoni is progressing and he’s been pretty sick during this week. We will make a call on him tomorrow. He is progressing which is good,” Fleming had told reporters on eve of the game.
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