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    Host of South Africans to miss opening IPL week

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    A host of South African stars will miss their upcoming opening Indian Premier League (IPL) fixtures.

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    Mumbai Indians will be missing Proteas wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock for the first match of the 2021 IPL which kicks off on Friday, 9 April when the defending champions play the Royal Challengers Bangalore.

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    The gloveman only arrived earlier this week and has to sit out a week in quarantine before taking the field.

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    However, ESPNcricinfo reports that because De Kock arrived on a chartered flight with entry and exit points separate from regular airports, he may be able to avoid quarantine.

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    On Saturday, Delhi Capitals take on Chennai Super Kings.

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    Unfortunately for Delhi, they will be without pacemen Kagiso Rabada and Anrich Nortje.

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    The duo were pivotal to the team last year, taking 52 wickets between them, propelling Mumbai into the final.

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    Chennai will be without Lungi Ngidi for their opening fixture, but he should be ready for their next match against Punjab Kings on 16 April.

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