Sri Lanka aim to settle middle-order slots

Sri Lanka have more or less penciled in their top five for the World Cup, but it's the two spots below that is giving them a headache. Much faith has been shown in Chamara Kapugedera, who has certainly shown the ability to hit big but is yet to show the reliability that will assure him a permanent


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