Sri Lanka team refuse to tour Pakistan

Forty contracted players of Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) have given a letter to the board demonstrating that they don’t wish to go to Lahore for the last T20I against Pakistan booked for later in this month.

The letter marked by the whole current squad and contracted players back home doesn’t straightforwardly say that they would prefer not to go to Pakistan, however has asked for the board to consider a setting change.

“SLC will have a fast visit with the players soon. We don’t expect to aggravate them in center of an arrangement, yet we are left with no choice however to address the issue. The ICC likewise will meet the players on Saturday to brief them about the circumstance in Lahore,” a SLC source told Cricbuzz.

All-rounder Thisara Perera is accepted to have not marked the letter as he was a piece of the World XI side that played three-T20I arrangement in Lahore a month ago.

Worldwide cricket was hauled out of Pakistan after the Sri Lankan group transport went under a psychological militant assault in 2009, outside the Gadaffi Stadium in Lahore, harming a few players and care staff.