T20 World Cup Today, Sri Lanka and Namibia, the Netherlands and Ireland face each other
Abu Dhabi: Sri Lanka will face Namibia on the second day of the preliminary round of the ICC Twenty20 World Cup, Ireland and the Netherlands will also face each other.
Former champions Sri Lanka have failed to advance directly to the Super 12 this time around, with the Islanders having a chance to continue their lead after clashing with associate nations in the preliminary round. With Namibia back on the big stage after 18 years, Sri Lanka won the Twenty20 World Cup in 2014, followed by the retirement of their experienced players, after which they were named the best replacement. The challenge is to find.
Kumar Sangakkara, Mahela Jayawardene, Tillakaratne Dilshan, Rangana Herath, Lasith Malinga, Nuwan Kolasekara and Tishara Perera have all retired from international cricket.
Sri Lanka’s suspension for violating the rules in the biosecure bubble in England has also been ruled out by Neroshan Dakuila, Koshal Mendis and Dinushka Gunatalke. Sri Lanka is dependent on young players, including 24-year-old Chirath Isalinka. , Aveshka Fernando, Kamendo Mendis and Seymour Chamika Karuna Ratna could be important.
With the presence of Dinesh Chandimal and Koshal Perera, the task of captain Dosan Shinaka can be made easier. Vinod Hara Sangha has also become the top bowler in the world. Recent performances have been good and not an easy target for rival teams.
Captain Erasmus has scored 3 half-centuries, all-rounder JJ Summit has scored 190 runs at a strike rate of 168, Craig Williams and Stephen Bard have the ability to score valuable runs in the top order, Namibia has selected former South African international David Wessie What’s more, the first match of the day on Monday will be played between Ireland and the Netherlands at 3 pm.
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