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After the World Cup Kusal and Kithruwan will be added to the squad. Kithruwan looking very good in the on going premier league tournament. He is a sort of power hitter that we were looking for.

Posted in: Is Kusal/Kithuruwan a better option in the lower middle-order than Karunaratne/Chandimal? by rshan1994 on Thursday, March 5, 2015 - 10:59. Reply to this comment.

Agree with SLCricket1 here. SL desperately need an extra bowler to control the strong Australian batting line up in the next match. Now Dimuth is injured, so a fast bowler can easily replace him. I would prefer Chameera here.

On the other hand Senanayake is likely to play the next match against Australia and he is a capable batsman too. So batting power would remain almost the same even though Chameera was picked into the team.

If still there are some doubts with the SL batting line up, let's bring experienced Tharanga replacing Chandimal.

Posted in: [Discussion Thread] ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 by R Peterson on Thursday, March 5, 2015 - 07:24. Reply to this comment.

sorry admin for deleting the prev post , made a mistake

Posted in: Karunaratne out of World Cup with broken finger by SLCricket1 on Thursday, March 5, 2015 - 05:59. Reply to this comment.

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Posted in: දිමුත් කරුණාරත්න විවේක ගන්වයි by Dharshamal on Thursday, March 5, 2015 - 05:54. Reply to this comment.

No need to give a guide.... if u dont like dont participate. I also dont see the significance of some of the polls and also some of the logical falacies.....but it should be open to all and intrest should filter the content.

Posted in: Is getting highest runs or most wicket at the WC important for Sri Lanka? by LateCut on Thursday, March 5, 2015 - 05:43. Reply to this comment.

yap dimuth is injured and out form the WC

Posted in: [Discussion Thread] ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 by SLCricket1 on Thursday, March 5, 2015 - 05:33. Reply to this comment.

I hope these injuries are not strtergicaly motivated;-)

Posted in: SLC says Dimuth Karunaratne rested after injury by LateCut on Thursday, March 5, 2015 - 05:32. Reply to this comment.

I also don't see the point may be he started with the idea of doing bit of analytics did not have the time to do it and ended up publishing the half baked product. I have read other articles from the same auther and found most to be very interesting. This definitely is an anomaly.

Posted in: Sangakkara's run-out madness by LateCut on Thursday, March 5, 2015 - 05:29. Reply to this comment.

A guy like Sanga is a rare gem to the game of cricket.. No one likes to see him hang his boots, but as they say, all good things must come to an end..However, if he changes his mind and plays for another couple of years it would surely be a great joy to watch..

Posted in: A petition to request Sanga to continue playing for a couple of more years? by MuizUzair on Thursday, March 5, 2015 - 05:22. Reply to this comment.

@ Byron Raj, From the bowling point of view I don't see much difference between Jeevan & Seekkuge. But from the batting point of view Jeevan is far more better than Seekkuge.

Jeevan got almost all the shots in cricket and he is capable of playing according to the situation. Either to rotate the strike or to play some big shots as well as some tricky shots.

But when it comes to Seekkuge, he knows just one way to go and that is power hitting. But unfortunately he got only few shots to utilize his power. Against spinners he got only the sweep shot, against fast bowlers pull shot or Pedal sweep. So A typical leg side player who is very much ineffective in modern cricket.

So Byron, I would definitely pick Jeevan.

Posted in: Prasanna flies to Australia as cover for injured Herath by R Peterson on Thursday, March 5, 2015 - 04:36. Reply to this comment.