Sohail Tanvir, Ravinderpal Singh take a look at COVID optimistic forward of Lankan Premier League | Cricket Information

COLOMBO: Pakistan pacer Sohail Tanvir and Canadian batsman Ravinderpal Singh have examined optimistic for COVID-19 forward of the inaugural Lankan Premier League (LPL) starting November 26, dealing a recent blow to the organisers.
ESPNcricinfo reported on Friday that Tanvir, who’s a part of Kandy Tuskers franchise, and Singh, who’s with Colombo Kings, have examined optimistic for the virus after arriving in Sri Lanka for the T20 occasion.
Tanvir has come into the event as a alternative after fellow Pakistani Wahab Riaz and England’s Liam Plunkett withdrew.
Each Tanvir and Singh are anticipated to be out for at the least two weeks.
Tuskers coach Hashan Tillakaratne mentioned they want somebody to interchange Tanvir.
“Now we have to speak to the franchise house owners and discover any person to interchange Tanvir,” the previous Sri Lakan batsman advised the web site.
LPL organisers have additionally needed to endure withdrawals of high attracts like Lasith Malinga and Chris Gayle.
Former India pacer Irfan Pathan can be in Sri Lanka to compete within the occasion.

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