Sri Lanka vs Australia 2nd Test Match Prediction Who Will Win, Sl vs Aus Test Predictions Tips, 2nd Test: Sri Lanka v Australia at Galle Aug 4-8, 2016
Crease bowler Nuwan Pradeep has turned into the most recent Sri Lanka bowler to maintain a damage, placing him in genuine uncertainty for the Galle Test match. Pradeep had been Sri Lanka’s exclusive bleeding edge snappy in the Pallekele Test, however endured a hamstring strain amid preparing on Monday. He will experience a wellness Test on Wednesday before a definite conclusion on his accessibility is made for the Test beginning on Thursday.
No less than one of the two uncapped seamers in Sri Lanka’s squad are currently in line for an introduction, with Suranga Lakmal likewise yet to make a full recuperation from a hamstring strain. Left-arm seamer Vishwa Fernando is the more experienced of the two hopefuls, having played 44 five star matches to 19-year-old Asitha Fernando’s two recreations. With the Galle surface anticipated that would take noteworthy turn, it seems likely Sri Lanka will handle three bleeding edge spinners in their assault once more.
Despite the fact that Pradeep now joins a harm list highlighting Dhammika Prasad, Dushmantha Chameera, Jeffrey Vandersay and Lakmal, Pradeep had played nine successive Tests, backtracking 11 months. He had likewise played in ODIs amid that time.
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Sri Lanka endured another damage misfortune in front of the second Test against Australia in Galle with seamer Nuwan Pradeep enduring a hamstring strain amid practice, a cricket board official said on Tuesday.
Angelo Mathews’ side are reeling from wounds to their quick bowlers with Dhammika Prasad and Dushmantha Chameera discounted of the three-match arrangement, while Suranga Lakmal was likewise truant from the opening Test at Pallekele because of a lower leg objection.
Another paceman, Shaminda Eranga, was as of late suspended for an unlawful activity.
The 29-year-old Pradeep, who has played 21 Tests, was the solitary bleeding edge paceman at Pallekele, which the hosts won by 106 hurries to take a 1-0 lead against the world’s top-positioned side in the longest configuration.
The triumph was an appreciated one for Sri Lanka, who lost their two past Test arrangement in New Zealand and England.
The right-arm bowler, who took two wickets in the primary innings of the arrangement opener, endured the harm amid preparing on Monday.
“He has a slight hamstring strain on his right leg. His wellness will be surveyed tomorrow (Wednesday) morning,” Sri Lanka group administrator Charith Senanayake told Reuters.