Sri Lanka ODI squad's departure to India delayed

Sri Lanka ODI squad's departure to India delayed

Sri Lanka batsman Kusal Perera and all-rounder Asela Gunaratne have returned to the one-day worldwide squad for the three-match series against India, the country's cricket board said on Tuesday. The team was to play a 3-match series against India, beginning from December 10.

However, Kusal Perera and all-rounder Asela Gunaratne have returned to the one-day global squad for the series against India.

As far as the Test series is concerned, chasing 410 to level the series, Sri Lanka were 31/3 at stumps, still needing another 379 to win the game with seven wickets in hand.

As a result, Thisara became the seventh player to captain Sri Lanka in 2017, following Mathews, Lasith Malinga, Rangana Herath, Dinesh Chandimal and Chamara Kapugedera who all have borne the responsibility in one format or the other.

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The visitors will play a three-match ODI series starting on December 10 at Dharamsala.

Earlier in the day, a controversy erupted as Sri Lanka's Sports Minister Dayasiri Jayasekera ostensibly withheld the limited-overs specialists from leaving for India as he was reportedly unhappy with the squad picked by SLC's selection panel.

Gunaratne returns to the side for the first time since being injured in July against India in Galle.

The remaining eight are reported to be Upul Tharanga, Danushka Gunathilaka, Asela Gunaratne, Chathuranga de Silva, Sachith Pathirana, Dushmantha Chameera and Nuwan Pradeep. He will strengthen the batting order alongside Mathews, the former skipper who came back after having missed the last ODI series against Pakistan through injury.

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