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Dinesh Chandimal might be Sri Lanka's last trust in the opening position without Kusal Perera
At the point when Sri Lanka were rearward in Bangladesh, in 2014, they were by all accounts physically unequipped for losing. Kumar Sangakkara invested such a great amount of energy at the wrinkle, the picture of his posterior is most likely blazed into wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim's retinas. Lahiru Thirimanne was ravaging keeps running at the highest point of the request. Nuwan Kulasekara's inswing, and Lasith Malinga's Yorkers were crooning. Definitely, even matches that Sri Lanka ought to have lost, were by one means or another pivoted - frequently by crazy exhibitions, once in a while by umpiring blunder.
2016 sees two altogether different groups planning for the challenge. Over the previous year, Sri Lanka have now and again appeared to be physically unequipped for winning; continually exchanging solid positions for diving misfortunes. Bangladesh, in the meantime, have tackled an overwhelming underdog aura, not at all like Sri Lanka's class of 1996. They are rising. They have one of a kind gifts, as Mustafizur Rahman and Soumya Sarkar. What's more, they are driven by talisman-warhorse Mashrafe Mortaza.
Specific further veteran players in this Sri Lanka collection have known just Bangla-bashing in their time. Yet, they will realize this time, their rump are in peril of feeling the sting of the shoe, which may have exchanged feet.
The guests will at any rate be satisfied that Bangladesh's ODI predominance at home hasn't yet exchanged to the most limited configuration. They won't be satisfied that the hosts' triumph over qualifiers UAE was more far reaching than their own.
Bangladesh's cricket has frequently been unfavorably contrasted and Sri Lanka's, in the stupid battle to scorn their Full Member status. On Sunday, we might get some thought with reference to whether Bangladesh have made strides on Sri Lanka, at any rate in their own particular nation, in the most limited configuration.
(Last five finished matches, latest first)
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A player who made promising begins, then got himself out, when Sri Lanka last visited, Mahmudullah has now developed into a match victor for Bangladesh. In this configuration, his off twist likewise adds a little adjust to the side. He touched base at No. 6 on Friday, and kneaded his group's aggregate towards intensity, holding out until the last over to break into a sprint. His unbeaten 36 and 2 for 5, encapsulated the sort of execution Bangladesh have now generally expected from Mahmudullah.
As Kusal Perera is out and his substitutions are fizzling, Dinesh Chandimal might be Sri Lanka's last trust in the opening position. He frequently takes a little time to settle in, however has been known not the infield, on his great days. With Tillakaratne Dilshan frequently playing the calmer, longer innings too, Chandimal might well need to sharpen his talent for hitting over the top amid the Power play. He made a decent begin in his new part against UAE, yet will confront sterner knocking down some pins on Sunday.
Bangladesh are unrealistic to roll out numerous improvements since they are searching for security in their batting line-up. Their knocking down some pins assault is likewise doing great, and might likewise stay unaltered.
Bangladesh (plausible): 1 Soumya Sarkar, 2 Mohammad Mithun, 3 Mahmudullah, 4 Mushfiqur Rahim, 5 Mashrafe Mortaza (Capt.), 6 Nurul Hassan (wk.), 7 Sabbir Rahman, 8 Shakib Al Hassan, 9 Al-Amin Hossain, 10 Mustafizur Rahman, 11 Taskin Ahmed
Also, Sri Lanka are liable to trial their new-look top request once more, and will most likely back their accomplished bowlers afresh. In any case, there is some uncertainty over Lasith Malinga's knee which keeps on alarming him in spite of the long break from worldwide cricket. Sri Lanka will make an approach his accessibility on match day.
Sri Lanka (likely): 1 Dinesh Chandimal, 2 Tillakaratne Dilshan, 3 Chamara Kapugedara, 4 Dasun Shanaka, 5 Angelo Mathews, 6 Milinda Siriwardana, , 7 Shehan Jayasuriya, 8 Nuwan Kulasekara, 9 Rangana Herath, 10 Dushmantha Chameera, 11 Lasith Malinga/Thisara Perera
Pitch and conditions
Mirpur has seen low-scoring diversions so far in the fundamental draw. The climate is relied upon to be useful for this match.
Details and trivia
Bangladesh have not beaten Sri Lanka in four T20s in this way.
Lasith Malinga's economy rate of 6.43 against Bangladesh is his best against any Full Member side.
Shakib Al Hassan needs 87 rushes to end up the main Bangladesh batsman to score 1000 in T20 internationals.
"Our certainty was marginally shaken in the wake of losing the primary diversion yet the win over UAE will positively offer us some assistance with getting that back. Truth be told, it will help us that we beat them convincingly, particularly in front of the following diversion against Sri Lanka."
Bangladesh batsman Sabbir Rahman on the group's certainty on the ball against Sri Lanka
"In this competition it's difficult to say which group is the best. Be that as it may, we are continually hoping to expand our qualities and our capacities."
Sri Lanka skipper Lasith Malinga