Subsequent to persevering through a plenty of road obstructions, Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) figured out how to have the debut version of the Lanka Premier League (LPL) in a November-December window a year ago, and the competition ended up being a gigantic achievement. Any semblance of abroad geniuses, for example, Andre Russell and Shoaib Malik and nearby symbols, for example, Angelo Mathews, Suranga Lakmal and Kusal Pereraparticipated in the competition and the opposition ran smootly without persevering through any barriers.
All matches were held without problem at the Mahinda Rajapaksa International Stadium in Hambantota and the opposition was at last won by Jaffna Stallions, who were driven by the now-resigned Thisara Perera.
Following the accomplishment of the debut version, plans are in progress to have the subsequent release and, as per Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), all things considered, the competition will occur in a July-August month of window.
“We have found a suitable window to hold this year’s edition, whilst we are currently working on finalising the other details of the tournament,” stated by Arjun de Silva, Chairman of SLC management in a press release.
“Sri Lanka Cricket will assess the country’s situation and discuss with the Ministry of Health closer to the tournament to ascertain the health situation in the country prior to taking a final decision on the competition.” Further added by him.
According to the present scenario, almost certainly, the second version of the Lanka Premier League, as well, will be played away from public scrutiny.
It will be in a huge notes as just a while ago IPL has also been called off due to the increasing number of covid cases and in this condition, it will be huge responsibility on Sri-Lanka Cricket to manage and accomplish better way of tournament.