Friday, June 18, 2021

Sri Lanka cricketers agree to tour England without contracts

Sri Lanka cricketers have agreed to tour England without contracts after the country’s cricket board agreed to bring transparency to players’ evaluation that eventually decides categories of contract.

Sri Lanka cricketers had been complaining that the methodology used for calculating contracts was not transparent.

Last week, 38 Sri Lankan cricketers had refused to sign contracts.
However, with the issue sorted now, the team will depart for England on June 9th as per schedule.

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