SLC will address player security concerns - board CEO


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Reports indicate that Sri Lanka Cricket is unlikely to penalize any players who opt out of the proposed T20 in Lahore.

However, SLC has reminded cricketers that they have a "contractual obligation" to play where the board requires them to.

Although the recent World XI series in Lahore was a success, Sri Lanka's own visit - for the third T20, on October 29 - is not confirmed yet.

For now, SLC is positive the match will be played in Lahore, but will make further security assessments closer to the game.

According to CEO Ashley de Silva, the board is committed to addressing player concerns.

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