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looks soo young :)) thanks nimesh!!

Posted in: Kumar Sangakkara batting on ODI debut by Natz on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 - 13:33. Reply to this comment.


New Zealand is a very much balanced team with Corey Anderson in the middle order. He is a capable batsman with hitting power and he can bat according to the situation. Further a wicket taking fast bowler at crucial times.

If Thisara Perera can play such a role for Sri Lanka, SL team also would be a very much balanced team. When looking forward to the future, Thisara must try to be that kind of an all-rounder for the team.

Posted in: [Discussion Thread] ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 by R Peterson on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 - 13:27. Reply to this comment.


if he is fit and performing why not???

Posted in: Would you like to see Dilshan at the 2019 World Cup? by Natz on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 - 13:20. Reply to this comment.


South Africa team has death overs bowling coach but what happen yesterday :)

Posted in: [Discussion Thread] ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 by naveenmadhawa on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 - 11:44. Reply to this comment.


Even South Africa has death bowling coach but what happen yesterday :)

Posted in: [Discussion Thread] ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 by Anonymous (not verified) on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 - 11:43. Reply to this comment.


PK let's wait till Thursday afternoon to see your great cricketing nation reeling after an infamous defeat.Then your big mouth would shut itself!!

Posted in: Has India already bought the World Cup? by Anonymous (not verified) on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 - 11:18. Reply to this comment.


PK let's wait till Thursday afternoon till your great cricketing nation reeling after an infamous defeat. Then your big mouth would shut itself!!

Posted in: A different insight to Sri Lanka's World Cup disaster by Anonymous (not verified) on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 - 11:12. Reply to this comment.


If Thiri is to come in at #4, who should bat at #3? I'm guessing Chandi? Or is there another newbie that deserves to bat at #3? If Chandi bats at #3, he might have to come in during the Powerplay and he might be able to take use of the fielding restrictions by playing his natural game...? Food for thought?

Posted in: Who should bat No. 3 for Sri Lanka starting from the next ODI series? by Anonymous (not verified) on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 - 08:53. Reply to this comment.


@Chaminda:

This is Tharanga's record playing in Australia / NZ / WI / Eng / SA up to 2015 (since not selected to squads or played any in 2015 except for 1 at tail).

Those countries do NOT have slow turning wickets in general. Look at Tharanga's record playing those countries with bounce/ swing/ seam & pace on their decks. The stats are limited to above HOSTING nations, Vs all test playing nations (except BD & Zim) in all ODI tournaments: Tharanga has the SECOND BEST 35.45 Av (Sanga has the best 40.5 Av). So what you are saying is completely WRONG Chaminda.

Tharanga : 48 in - 1631 - 174* HS - 35.45 Av- 72.65 SR - 4 x 100+ - 10 x 50+

http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/...
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Look at Dilshan's record in Such countries up to 2015 (only the SR is better compared to UT):

84 in - 2378 runs- 160* HS - 32.57 Av - 81.63 SR - 3 x 100 - 11 x 50+

http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/...
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Sanga's Record up to 2015:

124 in - 4198 runs - 134* HS - 37.81 Av - 76.84 SR - 5 x 100 - 29 x 50+

http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/...

Posted in: SL Opener’s Eight-Hops to World Cup Exit… were they Mistakes or Misdeeds? by HumbleBee on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 - 08:18. Reply to this comment.


Tharanga has played well in England & New Zealand. So, he is capable of playing in seaming conditions. Which Sri Lankan opening batsman has played well in Australia? In my opinion, we should have stuck with him in last two years. He would have scored 4 or 5 centuries. He is good in New Zealand conditions and he would have definitely played well in world cups better than Kusal and Karunarathne.

No matter what and how good he has performed, some people cannot stand Upul Tharanga. Sanath Jayasuriya and Marvan Atapattu see the same way.

Posted in: SL Opener’s Eight-Hops to World Cup Exit… were they Mistakes or Misdeeds? by Anonymous (not verified) on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 - 07:07. Reply to this comment.