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The ‘Think Tanks’ within SriLanka cricket are similar to ostriches. They hide their heads in the sand hoping their problems would go away. There is no clinical assessment or logical thinking applied to their future planning. And they pay the price time after time, with unerring regularity. Disastrous overseas performances are glossed over or forgotten in the wake of flattering performances at home, on wickets doctored for the purpose. Heroes are born and hailed, reams of newsprint written and hosannas sung. Core issues are forgotten, until they surface once again with the next overseas trip. That’s how the ‘Kings at Home’ syndrome works.

In over-limit cricket you cannot diddle pitches. The form book is not necessarily the best guide. The team that plays the better cricket on the day will win.Read More...
 
 

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