Indian Cricket team will tour Sri Lanka in August to play limited over series and Asia Cup 2020

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Indian Cricket team will tour Sri Lanka in August to play limited over series and Asia Cup 2020
Indian Cricket team will tour Sri Lanka in August to play limited over series.

“We discussed the matter with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB),” Ceylon said Today. He agrees that in the present situation we should host the series. At the ACC’s online meeting, we got the green signal to host the tournament. ‘

There is good news for Indian cricket fans. You may have to wait a few months soon to see his favorite cricket players in action again. According to the Times of India news, Team India may start international cricket again to visiting Sri Lanka in August 2020. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Monday informed Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) to visit Team India, Provided that the Government of India approves it.


The series, consisting of three ODIs and three internationals, was actually scheduled to take place in June, but could not take place due to coronavirus. Sri Lanka will also seek permission from the Sports Ministry for the bilateral series. According to the report, in August (looking at coronavirus) the conditions would have improved significantly. In such a situation, SLC is confident that it will get approval to conduct the series. SLC relies heavily on selling television rights to the series to increase its revenue.

Meanwhile, Sri Lankan Cricket President (SLC) Shammi Silva told Sri Lankan media that he had received signals from the Asian Cricket Council (ACC). He confirmed that the Asia Cup T20 tournament will be played in Sri Lanka itself. Pakistan was the first to host the tournament, but the Board of Control for Cricket in India refused.


6 teams will take part in the Asia Cup. These include five full members of the ICC (India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan). A qualifier (winner of a qualifying tournament played between other Asian countries). India is the defending champion of the Asia Cup.

“We discussed the matter with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB),” Ceylon Today said. He agrees that in the present case we should host it. In the ACC’s online meeting, we got the green signal to host the tournament. ‘

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