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Sri Lanka will begin training for the Bangladesh series in September   

 

By BIPIN DANI  

Sri Lanka’s National players participating in the Premier Inter-Club Tier ‘A’ Cricket Tournament will be given a two-week break before resuming training for the home Test series against Bangladesh. 


“Our preparations for the forthcoming three-Test series against Bangladesh will begin in the second week of September,” the Chief Selector, Ashantha de Mel, told the Daily Mirror yesterday. 


“We are planning to select a pool of 20-25 players in the second week and the final 15 players for the Tests will be decided later.” The first Test is schedule to commence on October 24. 

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