Sri Lanka’s cricket Premier League competition has been put off again because of severe isolated rules.
COLOMBO (AFP) – Sri Lanka s cricket Premier League competition has been put off a second time because of exacting isolate rules for unfamiliar players, the game s public administering body said Wednesday.
The 23-coordinate Lanka Premier League (LPL), initially because of start in August, was rescheduled for November 14, yet has now been deferred by one more week, Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) said.
It said the move was to “guarantee that taking interest players have satisfactory opportunity to meet isolate prerequisites according to the administration s wellbeing guidelines”.
Sri Lanka s emphasis on about fourteen days isolates for any guest to the nation constrained the Bangladesh public group to cancel its three-Test visit through the island because of start one month from now.
The Tests in October-November were intended to check the two countries’ re-visitation of global cricket following a months-in length lockdown stopped pro athletics around the world.
SLC said the bartering of players for the LPL, which was expected on Thursday, had additionally been delayed, to October 9.
Five groups – named after the Sri Lankan urban communities of Colombo, Kandy, Galle, Dambulla, and Jaffna – are because of partaking in the competition.
SLC said 30 outsiders, including Chris Gayle, Darren Sammy, Darren Bravo, Shahid Afridi, and Shakib Al Hasan, would be accessible for the LPL.
Worldwide cricket stopped in Sri Lanka on March 13. The meeting England group pulled out on the second day of a training match in front of their two-Test arrangement as the COVID pandemic spread.
From that point forward, South Africa has likewise dropped a planned visit through Sri Lanka.