Jayasuriya banned for 2 years | Daily Cricket News

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dailies I’m Nikhil Naz our top stories from the world of cricket today our India looked the draw level in the t20i series against Australia rejuvenate at West Indies iSeries lead against England Sanath Jayasuriya band for two years and Duanne Oliver signs a cold pack team India’s series winning streak is under threat as they play Australia in the second and final t20i of the series at Bengaluru the last time India lost the t20i bilateral series at home was again South Africa back in October 2015 Australia haven’t managed to win a t20i bilateral series against India since their last victory in 2008 the M Chinnaswamy Stadium is a happy hunting ground for India captain Virat Kohli he is the leading run-scorer in t20s at the venue after an abandoned third match the series stands level as West Indies take on England in the fourth ODI at St. John’s Chris Gayle who scored a century in the first match and a fifty in the second is now 88 short of 10,000 ODI runs if he reaches the landmark he will be the only second West Indian to do so after Brian Lara West Indies had named an unchanged team for the third ODI that was washed out Ben Stokes was to be left out after the rolled his ankle on the eve of the third ODI Alex Hales was his replacement Sanath Jayasuriya World Cup winner and one of the Sri Lanka’s most popular personalities has been slapped with a two-year ban by the ICC’s anti-corruption unit for refusing to cooperate with investigations concerning corruption in the island nation effective immediately Jayasuriya cannot take part in any cricket related activity until 2020 last October Jayasuriya was charged by the ACU with two counts of reaching the ICC Anti Corruption code the charge came on the back of a year-long investigation in Sri Lanka where the ACU said corruption had become an inherent part of the system Duanne Oliver has agreed a three-year county deal with Yorkshire subjective clearance through Kolpak regulations he will linked up with his new teammate for the first time early next month he said he has made possibly the most difficult decision he’ll ever have to make after becoming the latest high-profile South African to turn his back on international cricket Oliver made his Test debut in January 2017 and has since taken 48 wickets in ten tests he is currently ranked 19th in the ICC Test rankings for bowlers.

12 thoughts on “Jayasuriya banned for 2 years | Daily Cricket News

  1. Jayasurya refused to hand over his phone to anti corruption officials of ICC. That is the reason ICC banned him. Jayasurya is a big cheat n corrupted cricketer.

  2. Interesting how few of the great South African cricketers want to play for their country these days. Even AB de Villiers retired early from international cricket in order to play for anyone but South Africa. There is also currently over 40 professional South African kolpak cricketers playing in England. Why so many? Something seems seriously wrong over in South Africa.

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