CWC 2019 Sri Lanka
CWC 2019 Sri Lanka: The twelfth version of the Cricket World Cup is an additional 27 days away and all teams are giving last contacts to their last arrangements for the super occasion. Previous heroes Sri Lanka are additionally preparing for the super occasion despite the fact that their ongoing exhibitions don’t make the specialists too idealistic about their odds in the competition. Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) on Friday additionally revealed the group’s pack for the up and coming competition.
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The Sri Lankan pack picked for the WC highlights turtle-like figures rather than. The more commonplace lion while the hues incorporate light yellow and blue other than their unique dim blue shed. A few fans taunted the nonattendance of the lion saying turtles fit the present part while others valued it. Sri Lanka will play their first match at the WC on June 1 when they will take on 2015 finalists New Zealand in Cardiff.
Sri Lanka chose to make Dimuth Karunaratne Captain
In a move that astounded the cricketing scene, Sri Lankan selectors. Chose to go with their Test captain Dimuth Karunaratne as the chief of the side. The 31-year-old batsman, who drove the Lankans to a noteworthy 2-0 prevail upon South Africa as of late, has not played in an ODI since the last World Cup in 2015.
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Be that as it may, it was being said that since the Lankans have neglected to set up. A decent act under various chiefs lately, the shrewd men chose to pick Karunaratne. Since he awed as the Test commander in SA. Karunaratne supplanted veteran pace bowler Lasith Malinga at the top.
Sri Lanka additionally disregarded various experienced players for their WC squad like Upul Tharanga. Dinesh Chandimal and Niroshan Dickwella and picked all-rounders. The Lankans were as of late pummeled by New Zealand and South Africa in away arrangement. In the 50-over organization and it will be a tough undertaking for them to plan something comparative for 1996 when they won their solitary world title.