India to tour Sri Lanka in July: BCCI President Sourav Ganguly

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India to tour Sri Lanka in July: BCCI President Sourav Ganguly:

BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has said that India will tour Sri Lanka in July 2021 for three ODIs and five T20I series. Asked if India has a chance to play the rest of the five-match Test series and IPL 2021, he said, “No, India has to go to Sri Lanka for three ODIs. On this occasion, he said that compensation would be given to all the domestic players in June-July. He dismissed the notion that the BCCI was not promoting women’s cricket. There are no IPL matches at present.

Corona’s second wave is very difficult to resist and manage. Ganguly said the rest of IPL 2021 will not take place in India. According to the ICC Future Tours Program (FTP), India will play three T20 matches in Sri Lanka in July. This time, however, it seems that regular captain Virat Kohli will not be available for the team. Team regular opener Shikhar Dhawan will be on the tour. Prithvi joins him in the ring as the opener. Apart from that, young Karnataka batsman Devdutt Paddikal and Maharashtra opener Rituraj Gaikwad could get a chance in the team as openers.

The Indian team has Suryakumar Yadav, Ishant Kishan, Shreyas Iyer, Hardik Pandya, Dinesh Karthik, Manish Pandey, and Sanju Samson selected. It is difficult to know who will get a chance in Final 11. Bhuvneshwar Kumar did not get a chance on the England tour. With such a vision he is almost certain to go on a tour of Sri Lanka. He could also be a contender for the captaincy.

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