The much-awaited and highly ambitious Lanka Premier League may face another short delay.
SportzFront has reliably learnt that Sri Lanka Cricket has scheduled a meeting for Monday, September 28, to take stock of the situation. The prevailing COVID-19 protocols and the dated announced to conclude the Pakistan Super League 2020 season are the key concerns.
The 14-day quarantine guidelines will hamper the availability of many players for the entire stretch of the league in Sri Lanka. Some of the players are also expected to arrive directly from the UAE after the Indian Premier League. The IPL 2020 final will be played on November 10.
The cost of the 14-day quarantine arrangements is another bone of contention.
The first edition of the LPL, a new avatar of the Sri Lanka Premier League which was shelved after the only season in 2012, has been scheduled from November 14 to December 6.