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We'll come out strong and beat India, says Sri Lanka's Tharanga

18 Août 2017

Gurusinha also cleared the air over him resigning or being sacked by Sri Lanka Cricket, "All the rumour regarding I have resigned is not true", he concluded".

Going by the permutations, winning two matches will take Sri Lanka to 90 points.

After their historic 3-0 Test series whitewash of Sri Lanka in their own den, Team India will aim to continue their rich vein of form going into the One-day worldwide series.

Tharanga, 32, has urged fans to be patient, insisting the "rough patch" will pass for the 50-over 1996 World Cup winners.

WORCESTERSHIRE'S new overseas signing spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has played a major role in helping India achieve a rare feat in their history. "We have been putting in the hard work, we just need the spirit, and for that we need your support too".

Sri Lanka have recalled all-rounders Thisara Perera and Milinda Siriwardana.

Ashwin became the second fastest bowler to 200 wickets in Test history and won four successive man-of-the-series awards.

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But the eighth-ranked ODI side do not have history on their side.

Sri Lanka wins 5-0 - India 106 points, Sri Lanka 94 points.

Sri Lanka failed to challenge the world's top-ranked test side during the three-match series and the gulf in quality between the two sides was clearly visible.

India wins 4-1 - India 115 points, Sri Lanka 88 points.

Shikhar Dhawan (13th) and newly-appointed India vice-captain Rohit Sharma (14th) are the other Indians who are in the top-15. The Aussies have already named both the ODI and T20I squads.

India captain Virat Kohli continued to be at the top of One-Day International batsmen's rankings, released by the International Cricketing Council on Friday. "We just got to do what we have been doing in the past few years".

We'll come out strong and beat India, says Sri Lanka's Tharanga