A series of latest comments made by Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) signal that the PDC T10 league scheduled from 25th June isn’t endorsed by Sri Lanka Cricket.
Not long ago, reports had uncovered that the PDC T10 class will be planned in Sri Lanka from Thursday. The PDC T10 has accounted for the resumption of cricket in Sri Lanka. The game was halted because of the Coronavirus Sri Lanka circumstance. As per the reports, a few players from Sri Lanka were relied upon to partake in the 8-group association. In any case, a progression of most recent remarks made by Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) signals that the PDC T10 association isn’t supported by Sri Lanka Cricket.
Sri Lanka Cricket speaking about the PDC T10 League
Sri Lanka Cricket uncovered that no players contracted with the SLC have looked to participate in the PDC T10 League. They additionally said that the PDC T10 League isn’t supported by Sri Lanka Cricket. Another tweet by Sri Lanka Cricket referenced to a few media reports that expressed that Sri Lanka players will be partaking in the PDC T10 class, booked to start from 25th June in Sri Lanka. The announcement by Sri Lanka Cricket was made a day prior to the PDC T10 group was booked to initiate.
After the remarks by SLC, the players declared to play the PDC T10 League will include in the competition. A few reports online uncovered that the PDC T10 League has been rescheduled, with no new dates.
Sri Lanka was ready to start cricket with the PDC T10 League
The most recent remarks made by Sri Lanka Cricket appear to have put the fate of the PDC T10 League in question. A few media reported uncovered that the PDC T10 League will resume after the Coronavirus Sri Lanka circumstance. It was accounted that the PDC T10 League will be a 12-day competition. It will be held at the world legacy site of Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka.
A portion of the names reported were Ajantha Mendis, Chamara Silva, Nuwan Kulasekara, Asela Gunarathna, Dhammika Prasad, Sachithra Senanayake, Chamara Kapugedra, Thilan Thushara and Ishara Amerasinghe. The PDC T10 live gushing was reported to be accessible on Sportstiger.com.