ROAR OF LANKA's blog
By Osanda Prashan Guanaratna
Tillakaratne Dilshan will not take part in the fourth and fifth ODIs due to an injury. He will be replaced by Chamara Kapugedara.
You won us the Cricket World Cup in 1996, the whole nation stood up, enjoyed and celebrated immensly in that moment.
Reports are in and indications are that Dinesh Chandimal wont be selected for the playing XI at least in the group stage T20s against Zimbabwe and South Africa which will be played at the Mahinda Raja
From the recent past India undoubtedly has become the most dangerous team to set foot on the island nation. Ever since they toured Sri Lanka in 2008 they have been the far dominant team over-powering the hosts by a long way.
The 5th day arrived with Sri Lanka in control of sealing a victory to go 2-0 up, with Pakistan 8 down with only a lead of over 200, however defensive thinking by Mahela and Co led to Pakistan taken th
Sri Lanka all-rounder Angelo Mathews failed a fitness test on Friday and was left out of the 14-member squad picked for the first cricket test against England in Galle starting on Monday.
Sri Lanka, having lost to India by 50 runs and now set to lose against Pakistan today after being bundled out to a poor score, are facing the possibility of an embarassing early exit from the Asia Cup 2012, even with a game to go against Bangladesh.
Farveez Maharoof will miss tomorrow's ODI due to lower back pain, the team sources reported, possible replacements are Sachitra Senanayake or Dhammika Prasad, Chanaka Welegedera.
Dhammika Prasad has reportedly suffered yet another injury in his injury-prone international career, ahead of tommorow's clash against the resurgent Indians who have fought back with back to back wins
We cant expect Sri Lanka to win even one match down under(Australia) as they are not getting their dues and as they are playing for the love of the game of cricket, but have to appreciate and commend
As Sri Lanka tends to put behind their off the field issues, it is very clear that their on-field issues remains the same as Sri Lanka yet again lost at a start of a series, which has been their biggest mistake going back since the tour of England in 2011, as any expert would analyse and suggest for Sri Lanka to get wins early in the series they have left them, yet again staring down the barrel in a probability of having forced to play catch up cricket after the loss today in their first CB Series clash against the wounded Indians.
By Osanda Gunaratna