Thilan Samaraweera has been working with Australia's batsmen on turning tracks ready to resemble the ones they could meeting in Sri Lanka
Former Sri Lanka batsman Thilan Samaraweera is working with some Australia Test players in front of their tour to Sri Lanka, in his brief counseling spell at Australia's National Cricket Center in Brisbane.
Samaraweera has been procured as a specialist for the foundation from June to August. Despite the fact that his part is not particularly equipped towards get ready Australia Test players for the prospective visit, he has as of now controlled with Adam Voges, Shaun Marsh, and Jackson Bird, as they get ready for the visit.
"Right now I'm compulsory with the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Brisbane," Samaraweera said. "I'm working with a couple Test players who are not comprised in that West Indies tri-arrangement. They are simply coming here to prepare."
Samaraweera, who lives in Melbourne, said he was impractical to go with the Australia group on their Sri Lanka visit, and that he was likewise working with Australia's a cooperative individuals. He had a past stretch at the association, in front of the Under-19 World Cup in Bangladesh prior this year, which the Australia Under-19 side in the long run pulled back from.
Cricket Australia has moreover arranged two turning contributes at the institute request to copy Sri Lankan circumstances. It is on these exteriors that Samaraweera has been working with the Test players.
"I've had a hit on the twist wicket here and it's great - primarily the same as what you get on the subcontinent and it was a testing net session," Marsh said. "Samaraweera was mixing a couple offies also, and it's been better than average to visit to him and get a touch of a knowledge into the kind of circumstances we'll be challenging in the following couple of months. He's been assisting with counsel on the most proficient method to play turn, he's great to talk about that with."
Procuring mentors adjusted to neighborhood conditions isn't another idea for Australia. S Sriram, the previous India batsman, was consultant of the A group for their voyage through India in 2015 and the senior squad for the World T20 in 2016, Muttiah Muralitharan, the previous Sri Lanka spinner, was earmarked into work with the spinners amid Australia's Test voyage through UAE in 2014. Allan Donald, in April this year, was designated as the group's quick rocking the bowling alley tutor for their voyage through Sri Lanka.
Australia touch base in Sri Lanka toward the beginning of July, well in front of the main Test, which starts in Pallekele on July 26.