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India vs Sri Lanka, ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Young Sri Lanka will have to rethink its strategy, says Kumar Sangakkara

After Sri Lanka lost their first match against South Africa in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, previous Sri Lanka skipper Kumar Sangakkara called their next conflict against India do-or-bite the dust. 

Sangakkara wrote in a section for ICC that the nonappearance of Upul Tharanga will hurt Sri Lanka and if Angelo Mathews is regarded inaccessible, it will gouge their odds of a win against shielding champions India. 

"Regardless of the possibility that Angelo is viewed as fit, the risk of moderate over-rate will be a noteworthy concern. Having Tharanga suspended is an enormous waste. With a significant experienced and senior knocking down some pins assaulted driven by Lasith Malinga, a group constituting two spinners, it is inadmissible that Sri Lanka was over by 39 minutes," composed Sangakkara. 

The 39-year-old applauded the endeavors of Nuwan Pradeep and in addition the other quick bowlers amid the opening diversion against South Africa. He however included, "The bowlers' failure to strike in the initial 10 overs as far as wickets will be a worry when confronted with such a solid batting line-up like India. There may be a solid situation where it selects to get all-rounder Thissera Perera, who alongside all-rounder Seekuge Prasanna, will give them more assortment and more choices." 

He said that India will be top picks in the match, after 'impeccable show against Pakistan.' "From an India point of view, the way that Rohit Sharma and Shikar Dhawan figured out how to frame a solid opening organization by and by was extremely reassuring for the protecting champions given the quality of their batting mix has been key in their past competition victories," he said. 

Including that Sri Lanka should reconsider their technique, he trusted that they turn out at The Oval to play with arrogrance and a truly positive brand of cricket.

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