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Mohammad Amir ruled out of Pakistan ODI series against Sri Lanka

Mohammad Amir ruled out of Pakistan ODI series against Sri Lanka

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Mohammad Amir will miss Pakistan's five-match one-day worldwide series against Sri Lanka due to a right shin injury.

The visiting side made two changes, Lahiru Gamage in for Lakshan Sandakan and Sadeera Samarawickrama who is making his debut, in for the injured Lahiru Thirimanne.

Angelo Mathews, who missed the first Test, has now been ruled out of the second as well due to his calf injury. And if they do manage that, the ideal storm created in Pakistan's dressing room would have played a major role in it.

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It can be considered as a bad day which cost Pakistan the first Test; not even that, those match was in the bad sessions. He took around seven and a half minutes to complete this over. Karunaratne was unbeaten on a solid 170 for his seventh Test hundred, alongside Niroshan Dickwella on 47 not out, as Sri Lanka added 101 runs after resuming at overnight total of 254-3. Yasir then went on to clean up the tail to finish with a six-wicket haul but considering he nearly conceded 200 runs, it will not go down as a Test match to remember for the leggie unless his batsmen make it memorable with a spirited fightback tomorrow.

An FIR filed by Pakistan cricket team management against Sri Lankan spinner Rangana Herath trespassing underneath the Pakistani batsmen's beds at night is being probed by the Dubai Police, The Dependent has learnt. Both countries have won a match each in their two previous test encounters at the Dubai International Stadium. The match will be the sixth day-night Test after the first between Australia and New Zealand at Adelaide in 2015. This is the same Sri Lankan side that lost 9-0 to India across formats but Dinesh Chandimal, in his first Test series as full-time captain, has whipped the team into shape.