Kusal Perera is practically sure to be out of Sri Lanka’s series against India, in the wake of getting a shoulder injury. The group has not disclosed the specific idea of the injury, nor removed him authoritatively, however a group specialist says he’s probably going to be out for about a month and a half.
Despite the fact that Perera is at this point isn’t skipper of the team and having been supplanted in that part by Dasun Shanaka following the agreements stalemate between the players and the board, he stays one of Sri Lanka’s critical hitters in the top request.
He is, also, the group’s essential wicketkeeping choice, with Niroshan Dickwella actually suspended over his break of the group bio-bubble, in Durham. Perera’s likely nonattendance, just as that of Dickwella, Kusal Mendis and Danushka Gunathilaka (every one of whom bat in the best five) implies that Sri Lanka will just have what is basically a second-string top request.
Despite the fact that Perera has not been in an especially acceptable structure as of late, he has been one of Sri Lanka’s best hitters.
He was one of Sri Lanka’s three half-centurions in the ODI series, against England, and struck his group’s latest century, when he hit 120 off 122 balls to lead Sri Lanka to their lone success in a three-match series against Bangladesh.
Sri Lanka have not authoritatively named their crew at this point. The first of three ODIs against India, who are handling a second-string side, is planned for Sunday.
This will be a huge hit of concern in the Lankan camp, already the team is lacking experienced players and in all of this hitting with an injury scare will loosen up the morale of the team more.
All we can imagine, that we could spectate a fabulous white ball cricket very soon without any further delay!!