The dispute between the Nepal T20 League players and the Nepal Cricket Association has come to an end. The player had refused to play due to non-payment of salary. The officials of CAN and the owners of Nepal T20 League have promised to pay the salaries and the players are ready to play.
The match between Kathmandu Knights and Biratnagar Super Kings started two hours later due to the remuneration dispute.
The game will be delayed due to the captain not coming for the toss and an inning will be of nine overs.
The players did not agree to the toss after rumors spread that Jatin Ahluwalia, the president of Seven Three Sports, the commercial and strategic partner of the Nepal T20 League, had fled without payment. ( Input form Online Khabar)