Sri Lanka

Thilina Kandamby, Sri Lanka’s batting mentor, feels the series concluding ODI against Bangladesh will be a fascinating one as the dew factor won’t have any impact in the first part of the day game planned at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Arena on Walk 17. Dew assumed a significant part in the initial two ODIs in Chattogram, which were both day-night experiences, and winning the throw became crucial as the group batting second had an edge with the bowlers battling to appropriately hold the wet ball.

Sri Lanka’s complete of 255 didn’t represent an issue for Bangladesh as they pursued it down in 44.4 overs to win the opening ODI. Be that as it may, Bangladesh, who batted first in the subsequent game, got done with 286 which wasn’t adequate as the guests got to the objective in 47.1 overs to even out the series.

“I think contrasted with recently there was less dew. The earlier day, from ball one there was dew. I think dew is a component for conversation yet anyway its 1-1 and the following game is a day game and the young men are particularly available,” expressed Kandamby after Sri Lanka’s success in the second ODI.

“Fascinating (that the third ODI is a day game and there will be no dew factor) in light of the fact that exactly the same thing occurred during the T20Is too. So we knew toward the beginning of the series it will be a day game thus there are things that we can examine and improve,” he said.

Kandamby additionally asked the group to up their game and work on their handling. ” Obviously we need to take those gets and they dropped a couple of gets too. Also, from batting, bowling and handling there are regions that we can get to the next level. We haven’t played our A game yet and we hope to play better cricket over the most recent one-day.”

Kandamby said he is dazzled with the manner in which Charith Asalanka and Pathum Nissanka batted in the second ODI. Asalanka scored 91 while Nissanka proceeded to enlist a three-figure score. The batting mentor likewise said they need to back these players so they go into the following 50-over World Cup with a ton of involvement, something Sri Lanka were deficient in 2023 which was one reason they completed 10th and neglected to make the Bosses Prize cut.

“These two batsmen (Charith and Pathum) they are in great structure for most recent few months and I think they are scoring reliably, particularly Pathum Nissanka at the highest point of the request and progressively turning into a more developed player,” said Kandamby. ” Everything without a doubt revolves around evaluating the circumstances and the circumstance too and these two people for the most part they are exceptionally quiet. So they assembled a ton of data from out there too and they are generally excellent pals and in every case together and they understand what their capacities are, and that is the key,” he said.

“Never know (who will be there in the following Scene Cup). We have three years to go for the 50-over World Cup yet I’m certain selectors will have an arrangement thus that by the following Scene Cup we have four-five players play around hundred games, which didn’t occur in the last World Cup, we didn’t have the accomplished players. However long they get openness they will improve,” he said.