Colombo: Sri Lanka’s cricket league ‘Lanka Premier League’ has been postponed for 4 months.
Based on the small print, the second version of the Lanka Premier League has been postponed for 4 months. The league was supposed to begin from July 30 to August 22, however now the league will begin from November 29.
Based on reviews, the Sri Lankan board will quickly formally announce the postponement of the league.
The explanation for the postponement of the league is alleged to be the non-participation of international gamers.
It’s also being stated that Sri Lanka Cricket has rescheduled the league to make sure the supply of high worldwide gamers.
As well as, the continued dispute between the Sri Lankan gamers and their cricket board over the central contract can be being thought-about as the rationale for the postponement of the league.
The choice to postpone the Sri Lankan Premier League has been taken in session with Sri Lankan Sports activities Minister Namal Raja Pakse.