Sri Lanka vs India: Sri Lanka’s Kusal Perera Ruled Out Of ODI, T20I Series Against India | Cricket News

Sri Lanka vs India: Sri Lanka’s Kusal Perera Ruled Out Of ODI, T20I Series Against India |  Cricket News


Sri Lanka vs India: Sri Lanka's Kusal Perera Ruled Out Of ODI, T20I Series Against India

SL vs IND: Kusal Perera suffered a proper shoulder sprain throughout coaching.© Twitter/ICC



Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) on Friday confirmed that wicket-keeper batsman Kusal Perera won’t be able to participate within the ODI and the T20I series against India owing to a proper shoulder sprain. Perera suffered a proper shoulder sprain throughout coaching. The 30-year-old was Sri Lanka’s essential option to be wicketkeeper after Niroshan Dickwella was suspended having breached the bio-bubble within the UK. Kusal has scored 3,071 runs in 107 ODIs together with 1,347 runs in 50 T20 Internationals. Perera was the captain of the Lankan crew in England however for the reason that central contract dispute between gamers and the cricket board, Dasun Shanaka has been appointed captain at his expense.

Sri Lanka had just lately performed towards England in three ODIs and three T20Is and the cricketers returned to Sri Lanka on Tuesday night.

Lankan males didn’t win a single match on their tour to England as they suffered a 3-0 defeat in T20Is and a 2-0 loss within the ODI sequence.

SLC additionally confirmed that quick bowler Binura Fernando sprained his left ankle throughout a follow session held on Thursday. It’s a lateral ligament sprain in order that’s why Fernando may also be unavailable for the ODI sequence of the India.

Earlier, The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) introduced the revised itinerary of India’s upcoming limited-overs sequence towards Sri Lanka.

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“The tour comprising 3 ODIs and as many T20Is will now begin from July 18th, 2021,” learn an official assertion from BCCI.

The three ODIs will now be performed on July 18, 20, and 23. While the three T20Is will go forward on July 25, 27, and 29.

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