Wounded Sri Lankan palyers say yes to IPL
SL players have confirmed their participation in the second season of IPL.
New Delhi: A day after the militant attacks on them in Lahore, some high-profile Sri Lankan players have confirmed their participation in the second season of the IPL.
Sources in the IPL governing council told CNN-IBN that nearly all Sri Lankan players have confirmed their participation in the marquee event that is under a spell of doubt after the Lahore attack.
This comes as a welcome relief for the IPL bosses as they grapple with the security issues because of the general elections and other terror threats.
But the big questions is whether the IPL will go ahead as scheduled.
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