Sri Lanka leave for T20 WC with a lot of optimism than confidence

The way Sri Lanka has been performing in T20I cricket does not offer much hope for them in the upcoming T20 World Cup in UAE and Oman, but they are optimistic that they can turn things around during the 28 day-tournament especially in a format where sometimes even the best prepared teams can even end on the losing side.

Sri Lanka’s task of playing in the T20 World Cup proper has not been made any easy with them first having to go through a qualifying round to get into the Super12 of the tournament. They are up against associated nations Namibia, Ireland and Netherlands who have nothing to lose but everything to gain by winning their respective matches.

For Sri Lanka as a full member Test nation and past winner of the T20 World Cup the pressure is on them to qualify to the next round. How they get about doing that will be followed by the entire nation in the next few weeks…

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