Everything is Ready for the LPL 2020 to Start Tomorrow

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The launch event will use enhanced and virtual reality technologies

Sri Lankan culture and heritage on display

The inaugural match between the Colombo Kings and the Kandy Tuskers will kick off tomorrow (November 26), with the Ceylon Premier League 2020 becoming Sri Lanka’s top Twenty20 international Technologies

Opening Ceremony Starting at 06.50 pm (IST) Demonstrates Sri Lankan culture, heritage, entertainment, and most importantly, Sri Lankan cricket prowess.

05 MRCS Hambantota will play 23 matches in 15 days for the Team League. Overall, ten focal wickets are used for the match.

The Colombo Kings, led by Sri Lankan star Angelo Mathews, will take on the Kandy Tuskers, led by another Sri Lankan, Kusal Janith Perera. The match starts at 8.00 pm. (IST)

Each team will compete in eight matches in the first round, with the top four teams advancing to the semi-finals, held on December 13 and 14, 2020, and the Grand Finals on December 16.

The competition will consist of a highly accredited refereeing panel and a panel of judges to serve in the league, consisting of Ranjan Madugala, ICC’s Chief Referee, and Kumar Dharmasena, ICC Elite Board Referee.

The tournament is held with the highest standards of health measures to ensure LPL 2020 players’ safety and the safety of officials participating in the league.

Sri Lankan culture and heritage on display

The inaugural match between the Colombo Kings and the Kandy Tuskers will kick off tomorrow (November 26), with the Ceylon Premier League 2020 becoming Sri Lanka’s top Twenty20 international. Technologies

Opening Ceremony Starting at 06.50 pm (IST) Demonstrates Sri Lankan culture, heritage, entertainment, and most importantly, Sri Lankan cricket prowess.

05 MRCS Hambantota will play 23 matches in 15 days for the Team League. Overall, ten focal wickets are used for the match.

The Colombo Kings, led by Sri Lankan star Angelo Mathews, will take on the Kandy Tuskers, led by another Sri Lankan, Kusal Janith Perera. The match starts at 8.00 pm. (IST)

Each team will compete in eight matches in the first round, with the top four teams advancing to the semi-finals, held on December 13 and 14, 2020, and the Grand Finals on December 16.

The competition will consist of a highly accredited refereeing panel and a panel of judges to serve in the league, consisting of Ranjan Madugala, ICC’s Chief Referee, and Kumar Dharmasena, ICC Elite Board Referee.

The tournament is held with the highest standards of health measures to ensure LPL 2020 players’ safety and the safety of officials participating in the league.

LPL Sri Lanka Cricket has taken steps to establish high-quality healthcare practices to ensure the health and safety of the players and officials participating in the tournament. Accordingly, athletes and officials will be directed to a bio-safety environment as a key component of the safety program, which will be implemented under the strict health guidelines specified by the Ministry of Health.

“The LPL Created in a competitive environment, this biosafety environment is a system in which top leagues around the world play. Also, countries that are full members of the International Cricket Council (ICC) use the same methodology in holding bilateral cricket matches. ”

Professor Arjuna de Silva, who is the Health Director of the tournament, said. LPL According to the biosafety system used for the tournament, each foreign player participating in the tournament will receive a PCR with an interval of 72 hours. After facing two trials, the opportunity to return to Sri Lanka will arise. Will have to face a test. Accordingly, the players who come to play in the tournament will be required to play at least one PCR throughout the entire tournament. There will be 10 tests. Also, the PCR appoints officers appointed in connection with the organization of the tournament. Will have to face several tests. If an athlete or official is found to be infected with Covid-19 during the relevant tests, he or she will be immediately referred to an Intermediate Health Care Center approved by the Ministry of Health for treatment. LPL Thanks to the well-designed bio-security bubble to ensure the safety of the tournament, PCR Tests can quickly identify an infected person. The Ministry of Health has nominated five doctors to cover each group for the bio-safe environment installed at the Shangri-La Hotel premises in Hambantota. Also, two doctors from the Sri Lanka Army are on duty to supervise the others.

Duminda Attanayake, a doctor in the Ministry of Sports, is coordinating the medical team and the Sri Lanka Army is responsible for the safety of the bio-safety bubble. The fact that Army commandos maintain its internal ring provides ample evidence of its security.

The system set up to run the tournament is overseen by the Regional Directors of Health Services and their teams in the Hambantota and Ratnapura Districts, and Sri Lanka Cricket is in constant touch with the health authorities to look into this. The safety of the players participating in the tournament is as important to the security of the country as Sri Lanka Cricket. To make this work a success, the Ministry of Health and LPL The medical team appointed for the tournament is working hard to bring cricket back to the sports fans and Sri Lanka Cricket has taken this opportunity to ask everyone to help in every possible way to make the tournament a reality. . ‘Sports must move forward safely’! This is the wish of Sri Lanka Cricket.