SS Sreesanth will return to the field again after facing a seven-year ban on match-fixing. Sreesanth will be part of the Kerala T20 League and come out to show his potential. The T20 league will take place before the domestic season of India begins and the tournament will be held in the Bio Secure Bubble. Sreesanth’s ban ended in September this year, after which he can now play cricket for the state and country again.
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According to a Star Sports report, Sreesanth will play in the Kerala President’s T20 Cup. Kerala Cricket Association President K Vargi has confirmed that Sreesanth will be part of the T20 league and will be a part of the league. Speaking to Star Sports, he said, ‘Yes, Sreesanth is going to be absolutely fascinated. Each player stays inside the Bio Bubble at the Alappuzha Hotel. We are looking at the first week of December. Getting permission from the Kerala government is an important thing.
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S Sreesanth was sentenced to life imprisonment in 2013 after being found guilty of spot-fixing, but last year it was reduced to 7 years. Sreesanth has played 27 Tests, 53 ODIs and 10 T20s for India so far. However, Sreesanth is 37 years old and is unlikely to return to India as a fast bowler.