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Sreesanth not following IPL matches but keen to play Tests for India again
MUMBAI, Apr 18: Indian pace-bowler S. Sreesanth's fate for playing matches in Scotland would be decided on Friday, it is learnt here.

"Sreesanth attended the court hearing on Tuesday and will remain present at Kerala High Court on Friday too", the source close to him said.

Sreesanth, who has been life-banned by the Indian cricket board for his alleged involvement in the spot-fixing in the IPL season in 2013 but had been acquitted by the Delhi police for want of evidence and has sought the NOC (No Objection Certificate) to play for Glenrothes Club in the Scotland Premier League.

Sreesanth has not been keenly following the on going IPL season in India, where his. "I have not been watching the matches. Only on and off get some news on the IPL", he said exclusively to this paper.

"I have not interest in the IPL. Want to concentrate on Test cricket only. My aim is to play for India in Tests", he stressed. Sreesanth has played 27 Tests for the country.

He, however is keen to play the limited over matches in Scotland. "My UK and other visas are ready and once I get 'go ahead" will catch immediate flight", he said.

"Our league starts on 29th April and will run for 4-5 months. Itr would not matter even if he misses first couple of weeks", Eddie Gibbs, the Glenrothes Club official, speaking exclusively from Scotland, said on Tuesday. The BCCI has already filed its reply and the hearing is to continue on Friday.

News Updated at : Wednesday, April 19, 2017
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