Three players of the Sri Lankan cricket team broke the bio bubble on the tour of England, after which they were sent back home in the middle of the series. Now the Sri Lanka Cricket Board has constituted a five-member panel to investigate the matter. Let us inform that after the three-match T20 series against England, Sri Lanka’s Kushal Mendis, Danushka Gunathilake and Niroshan Dickwella broke the bio bubble, after which these players were dropped from the team for the ODI series and then sent back to Sri Lanka. went.
Retired Sri Lanka Supreme Court Judge Nimal Dissanayaka, Attorney at Law Panduka Keerthinanda, Asela Rekawa, Sahitya Wickremasinghe and Retired Major General MRWD Joisa are the members of this panel.
These three players are accused of exiting the bio bubble protocol during the ODI series against England last month, leaving their team hotel and roaming on the road. These players were later removed from the team and sent home. These three players will also not be part of the limited overs series against India. Sri Lankan team will host a three-match ODI series and an equal number of T20I series against India from January 13.