Sports Desk – Fast bowler S Sreesanth, who was banned from cricket for many years due to match fixing, will soon be seen on the cricket field. He will take part in the President’s T20 Cup to be organized by the Kerala Cricket Association. However, the schedule of this tournament has not been released yet. The Kerala Cricket Association is currently taking approval from the government to organize this tournament.
According to a Star Sports report, Sreesanth will be seen playing in the Kerala Presidents T20 Cup. Kerala Cricket Association President K. Vargi has confirmed that Sreesanth is going to be a part of this T20 league.
Sreesanth will be seen playing the match after about 7 years. Sreesanth was banned after the IPL spot-fixing allegations. Their ban ended in September 2020. Due to Corona, many cricket tournaments could not be organized this time.
S Sreesanth was banned for life in 2013 after being found guilty of spot-fixing, but was reduced to 7 years last year. Sreesanth has played 27 Tests, 53 ODIs and 10 T20 matches for India so far. However, Sreesanth is 37 years old and there is very little chance of his return to the Indian team as a fast bowler.