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Sri lanka appeals BCCI to take a look at possibilities of playing organized series in July.who will win.

India is organized to visit Sri Lanka for upcoming matchs in June-July, which is currently under threat due to the global health crisis, which has infected over 40 lakh people globally and forced a cricket shutdown.With uncertainty hovering over India’s limited over tour of Sri Lanka due to the COVID-19 crises.SLC has requested BCCI to seriously consider touring the island nation for their organized series in July.India is organized to visit Sri Lanka for three one-dayers and as many T20 internationals in June-July, which is currently under threat due to the global health crises.who will win

However the Board of Control For Cricket in India brass is clear that unless there are clear directives from the government and proper travel advisories in place, they won’t be able to commit anything at the moment.England’s tour to Sri Lanka for a three-Test series was cancelled in mid-March after the outbreak of the pandemic in the middle of the second warm up game of the tour.Sri Lanka had earlier offered to host the 13th edition of the IPL  which was indefinitely suspended by the Board of Control For Cricket in India due to the ongoing Covid 19 pandemic.If the India tour doesn’t happen, it would further hit the Sri Lankan cricket board hard as the board is banking on this particular tour..

According to a report published in ‘The Island’, SLC has indicated its willingness to play the limited over series in late July in an email and are awaiting a reply from Board of Control For Cricket in India.”Sri Lanka Cricket has sent an e-mail to their counterparts at Board of Control for Cricket in India requesting the possibility of resuming bilateral cricket later in July,” the report said.According to the report, an official said that “they would have to follow strict quarantine rules and the series might take place behind closed doors considering the safety of fans.”

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