The first version of Lanka Premier League shall be organised from November 26 to December 16.© Sri Lanka Cricket/Twitter
Canada batsman Ravinderpal Singh has examined optimistic for COVID-19 after arriving in Sri Lanka for the Lanka Premier League (LPL) and has been remoted for remedy. Although Singh travelled in the identical flight and bus as a number of different gamers together with Andre Russell, Ravinderpal’s optimistic take a look at is not going to have an effect on some other participant’s or official’s involvement within the match, in line with match organisers, ESPNcricinfo reported.
“[Ravinderpal] has been sent for treatment at another hotel in the area, which has been set up like a hospital. He is not at the same hotel as the others, and they are all in their bubble. The others will be training and preparing for the tournament as usual,” mentioned Anil Mohan, CEO of the IPG Group firm, which is organising the LPL.
Ravinderpal was set to play for the Colombo Kings franchise however his availability for the match now will depend on his restoration.
LPL’s inaugural season will begin subsequent week regardless of star gamers together with Chris Gayle, Lasith Malinga and others having pulled out of the match.
In the LPL, 5 franchisee groups, named after Colombo, Kandy, Galle, Dambulla and Jaffna will compete in 23 matches. Colombo will tackle Kandy within the opening match of LPL on the Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium in Hambantota on November 26.
Every day there shall be doubleheaders until the semi-finals on December 13 and 14. The last shall be performed on December 16.
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