Sri Lanka cricketers have agreed to tour England with out contracts after the nation’s cricket board agreed to deliver transparency to gamers’ analysis that finally decides classes of contract.
Sri Lanka cricketers had been complaining that the methodology used for calculating contracts was not clear.
Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), nevertheless, mentioned it’s going to reveal the main points of the way it evaluates gamers and points them contracts.
“That is the transparency the gamers had been requesting from the outset. They are going to play this tour with out signing any contract. They’ve signed a voluntary declaration, however there may be nothing there about participant remuneration. They’ve all the time been dedicated to enjoying for Sri Lanka,” Nishan Premathiratne, gamers’ lawyer, was quoted as saying by espncricinfo.com.
Final week, 38 Sri Lankan cricketers had refused to signal contracts as they complained about lack of transparency within the rankings system devised by SLC.
Nonetheless, with the problem sorted now, the staff will depart for England on June 9 as per schedule.
Sri Lanka are scheduled to play the primary of the three T20Is in opposition to England June 23. The three-match ODI collection will start on June 29. Apart from, they’re to play two tour matches, in opposition to Kent and Sussex.