New Delhi:It now seems almost certain that Virendra Sehwag being denied a 100 by Sri Lanka in the tri-series match on Monday will result in a fine and possibly a ban for off-spinner Suraj Randiv who bowled the no-ball and for Tillakaratne Dilshan, who allegedly told him to do so.
A six-member committee of the Sri Lankan board will decide this afternoon on the action to be taken after discussing a report submitted by the team manager.
This will follow a public apology from Sri Lanka Captain Kumar Sangakkara who has said that the team will not run away from taking responsibility for the incident.
"I have taken full responsibility for what had happened and the matter is with the (Sri Lanka Cricket) Board. Any player guilty in the incident will have to be punished," Sangakkara said at a press conference on Wednesday.