Thursday, December 1, 2022

Star Player might be going to miss the last ODIs against India


In a critical hit to the Sri Lankan group, their star spinner Wanindu Hasaranga is probably going to miss the third and last ODI against India because of a physical issue. According to reports from, Hasaranga has experienced a minor difficulty and the Sri Lankan group will rest him as a prudent step. 

Kasun Rajitha is additionally expected to be inaccessible for the last ODI, which will be played in Colombo today, because of a physical issue difficulty. Sri Lanka are required to make something like two changes for the third ODI. 

The guests have effectively taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match ODI series. Sri Lanka could bring in certain progressions with any semblance of Akila Dhananjaya, Ramesh Mendis, Ishan Jayarathna and Praveen Jayawickrema in the plan of things to highlight in the last ODI. 

Hasaranga’s nonattendance will without a doubt be a gigantic blow for the hosts. The leg-spinner was the pick of the bowlers for Sri Lanka as they ran India close and nearly pulled off a triumph in the second ODI. 

Subsequent to confining India to 193-7 in the second ODI, Sri Lanka looked on course for a success, with the guests pursuing 276 for triumph. Notwithstanding, Deepak Chahar and Bhuvneshwar Kumar manufactured an unbeaten 84-run organisation to direct India home. 

In the wake of losing the game from an invaluable position, Sri Lanka batsman Charith Asalanka recognised the group were passionate after their loss in the second ODI. 

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Amazing spinner Muttiah Muralitharan was confused by a portion of the Sri Lankan strategies and contended that Wanindu Hasaranga ought to have bowled out his overs before looking for wickets. The previous off-spinner expressed on ESPNCricinfo:

“They (Sri Lanka) did some mistakes, they should have bowled out Wanindu Hasaranga. Rather than keeping him, they should have bowled him and tried to take a wicket. If they had taken one wicket out of Bhuvneshwar or Chahar, then two tailenders are coming and it would have been tough to chase about 8 or 9 runs per over. Its an inexperienced side.”

Deepak Chahar and Bhuvneshwar Kumar played out Hasaranga’s overs unobtrusively in the last phases of the pursuit with the necessary run rate inside India’s control. 

With Wanindu Hasaranga currently liable to be administered out of the last ODI, it stays not yet clear whether the hosts can think of a lively exhibition after an emptying rout in the second ODI.



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