The most recent couple of years haven’t been charming for Sri Lanka cricket using any and all means as they lost one series after another, and their situation in the group standings portrays the whole story. Not having a settled crew has apparently been the most compelling motivation behind their destruction.
The Lankan Lions even battled to track down a lasting commander. Upwards of nine players have driven Sri Lanka in ODIs since 2017.
Present wicketkeeper-batsman Kusal Perera was the most recent player in charge. He supplanted Dimuth Karunaratne as the captain of the ODI side recently. In any case, actually like his new archetype, Perera couldn’t flourish in the influential position. Under him, the Lankan Lions lost seven out of the nine white-ball games. This incorporates series misfortunes against Bangladesh and England.
With the southpaw not proceeding according to assumptions, the selectors are supposedly wanting to ease him from captaincy obligations. According to a report in The Papare, Perera is set to be supplanted by all-rounder Dasun Shanaka.
This implies Shanaka will lead the Lankan troop in the forthcoming white-ball series against India at home, which gets under way on July 13. The visit involves three ODIs and as a huge number.
It must be noticed that Shanka has driven Sri Lanka in global cricket previously. He even initiated the side that crushed Pakistan 3-0 in a 2019 T20I series in Lahore. Nonetheless, what conflicts with him is that he hasn’t captained the Lankans in the 50-over design. It would likewise be intriguing to perceive what the additional obligations of captaincy would mean for his game.
Up until now, the dapper all-rounder has played 28 ODIs, scoring 611 runs and scalping 10 wickets. Notwithstanding, he needs to set up a greatly improved show against India.
Quite, some best option Indian players won’t highlight in the Sri Lanka visit as they would carry out their specialty in the England Test series. Notwithstanding, this doesn’t generally facilitate the host group’s test generally.
In captain Shikhar Dhawan, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Hardik Pandya, and Yuzvendra Chahal, the Men in Blue have probably the best white-athletes going around. Many are in any event, backing them to beat Sri Lanka. Subsequently, it is fascinating to perceive how this series unfurls.