The main aim of Sreesanth is to make a comeback in the Indian test team and score at least 100 wickets before ending his career after his life ban was reduced to 7 years by the BCCI Ombudsman DK Jain on Tuesday In the 2013 IPL spot-fixing scandal and asked the board Ombudsman to reconsider within three months, the quantum of punishment.

The supreme court had earlier in the year set aside the life ban imposed by BCCI disciplinary committee for his alleged role in 2013 IPL match fixing to reconsider within three months, the quantum of punishment. the supreme court had earlier in the year set aside the life ban imposed by BCCI disciplinary committee for his alleged role in 2013 IPL match fixing.

On Tuesday DK jain decided that on his ban will end on 13th September 2020 seven years as compared to the original life ban. Sreesanth said in the front of media “I am extremely delighted with what i have heard now. thanks to each one of my well -wishers who prayed for me and the prayers have been answered. I am 36 now and next year i will be 37 i have 87 test wickets and my aim is that i want to finish my career with 100 test wickets. i am confident that i can return to the Indian test team and always wanted to play under Virat kohli ” 

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