Sri Lanka can field a second-class squad in the series against India

Sri Lankan cricket is reaching its worst stage in recent times. The Sri Lankan team is consistently poor, which is a big problem for Sri Lankan cricket. The impact of the ongoing controversy with Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) players can be seen in the limited over series against India. Host Sri Lanka can field a second-class squad in the upcoming series against India. Shikhar Dhawan-led Team India has reached Colombo to play the series against Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka has yet to announce a touring team against India.

According to media reports, Sri Lanka cricket is waiting for Sri Lankan players to return home after the end of the series in England. Sri Lankan players have not yet signed their official contracts with the board, awaiting the selectors. If the team headed by Kusal Perera does not sign a contract, Sri Lanka Cricket will field a second-rate squad against India. According to a report in the Sri Lankan newspaper Daily FT, PLC’s president of selectors, Pramod Wickramasinghe, has confirmed that players who have not signed the contract will not be selected for the series against India.

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Sri Lanka Cricket has 39 players. Players who are signed, if the first-choice players do not sign the contract, the players are selected from the second-tier team. Wickramasinghe said these players are currently practicing and playing matches. We consider his selection for the series against India. We have not yet picked a team for the series against India. We will pick the team after the last ODI against England on Sunday.

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