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During the last 14 months, Sri
Lanka s Twenty20 matches have had
a little more edge to them than most.
They have been the top-ranked side
since last year s World Twenty20, and
with the next global tournament
approaching, it is a psychological fillip
the captain Dinesh Chandimal is intent
A 0-2 loss will result in losing the
top spot to Pakistan; a 1-1 result will
lead to a reduction of a ranking point
but Sri Lanka will stay No 1; and a 2-
0 win will bolster their position.
"We played really well in the last
Twenty20 series. We re still No 1 in the
world. We ve got two Twenty20s in
this tour, so we ve got an eye on the
ranking," said Chandimal
Aside from the prospect of achieving
the top rank, these two fixtures are
important for Pakistan because they
are their last scheduled matches before
the World Twenty20 in March.
There are key places in the top order
and in the bowling attack that have not
yet been firmed up, and the likes of
batsmen Sohaib Maqsood and Sharjeel
Khan, and seam-bowlers Bilawal Bhatti
and Anwar Ali, will relish the oppor-
tunity to push themselves into the side.
A victory in Cape Town after three
straight losses to South Africa will have
bred some confidence, but Pakistan s
squad is light on experience. While
promising youngsters will likely be tri-
alled, there is uncertainty about whether
this team is up to toppling a consum-
mate Twenty20 side like Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka will conduct experiments
of their own as they seek a spin-bowling
allrounder for Bangladesh. Chandimal
had recently said Ramith Rambukwella
was among Sri Lanka s best Twenty20
spinners, and while Rambukwella s var-
ied offbreaks were effective on debut,
he did little to allay his notoriety as an
His major competition will be
legspinner Seekkuge Prasanna, who is
fresh from a 32-ball 84 not out in List
Several Sri Lanka players have also
spoken of the importance of beginning
the tour well, given the paucity of inter-
national cricket in the recent past, but
Pakistan appear to be carrying the most
momentum into the first encounter.
"We leaked quite a few runs against
Afghanistan so we will have to be at
our best to beat Sri Lanka and Ajmal s
return will help that," said Pakistan
captain Mohammad Hafeez. (ESPN-
Sri Lanka out
to protect top
Sri Lanka's Lasith Malinga walks off the ground as
the covers come on during the first ODI against New
Zealand in Hambantota, last month. Malinga's
fitness and form has been poor in recent matches.
PHOTO COURTESY ESPNCRICINFO
Geoff Marsh, the former Australia vice-captain,
has reached an undisclosed financial settlement
with Sri Lanka over his sacking as coach of the
national team in January 2012.
Marsh was relieved of his duties only four months
into his tenure as head coach following the tour of
South Africa, where Sri Lanka won one of three Tests
---their first victory in the country.
His exit coincided with a number of changes hap-
pening at SLC s board level, with the captain
Tillakaratne Dilshan as well as the selection panel
being replaced around that time. Marsh subsequently
initiated legal action against SLC for wrongful ter-
mination of his contract, lodging his claim via Sri
Lankan legal representatives in Colombo in May last
Upon his return to Australia, Marsh was appointed
development coach for Western Australia, where he
coached the state s Futures League and second XI
teams, while also overseeing the growth of cricketing
talent in the state. His two sons, Shaun and Mitchell,
both represented Australia in recent times.
Marsh s manager and solicitor, Stephen Atkinson,
said Marsh was pleased to have put the whole issue
The South African Graham Ford was chosen to
replace Marsh. (ESPNcricinfo)
settlement from SLC
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