The Sri Lanka group hasn’t had an awesome time on the ground of late. Subsequent to having a disillusioning series against England, they lost the ODIs to India however had the option to bring a success in the last game.
Be that as it may, during the T20Is, they couldn’t hold their fortress as India took a 1-0 lead. The issues don’t appear to end for them as the group currently needs to manage some injury blows also.
Three players of the Sri Lankan side are likely to miss the second T20I against India from wounds.
Bhanuka Rajapaksa is managed out of the entire series after he experienced a figure injury during his contentious innings of 65 in the third ODI that empowered the hosts to get a success. He couldn’t take the charge of the field in the principal T20I as per the sweeps his finger was seriously harmed.
Pathum Nissanka is the other player who will be unavailable for the T20I on Tuesday subsequent to getting hit in the arm in the midst of a net meeting on Sunday. The consequences of his sweeps are anticipated. Charith Asalanka likewise experienced a hamstring injury on Sunday and his incorporation for the following game is suspicious.
He has stood apart from the group so far by being the second-most noteworthy run-scorer in the ODIs. In the main T20I too, Asalanka looked amazing and scored 44 from 26 balls.
These wounds are a major difficulty for Sri Lanka who are now attempting to return to winning ways. The board may get in players from the reinforcement crew which was kept prepared and under the Covid-19 conventions.
The group line-up was at that point influenced by the agreement issues and the injury concerns have additionally added to their issues.
It sounds valid that Sri Lanka is in the midst of troublesome occasions and they need to right the wrongs at their earliest to even out the T20I series against India.
In the principal T20I, the group had the option to confine the guests at a fair score however they couldn’t move their fortunes with the bat as wickets fell much of the time toward the end.