Sri Lanka’s proposed T20 league suffered a setback after the franchise-based tournament was postponed for unspecified reasons.
Russel Arnold, former international cricketer and tournament director of the proposed Lankan Premier League, tweeted that the tournament has been postponed. The Sri Lankan board is yet to confirm the development.
The LPL was supposed to be held during August-September but it looks like that won’t be happening for some time.
According to a report by Cricbuzz, the proposed league had received the blessing of the Indian cricket board with the BCCI reportedly agreeing to free up veteran stars like Yuvraj Singh and Harbhajan Singh for the league. The BCCI bars all Indian players from featuring in any foreign league.
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