Three Changes As Sri Lanka Name ICC WT20 Squad
Sri Lanka have named their 14-member squad for the ICC Women's World Twenty20, making three changes from the squad which beat India in a three-match series in January.
Lasanthi Madushani, Dilani Manodara and Anushka Sanjeewani have been left out while into the squad come Rebeka Vandort, Hasini Perera and Nilakshi Silva.
Chathurani Gunawardene, Inoka Ranaweera, Nipuni Hansika and Sanjeewani have been named as standby players.
Sri Lanka beat India 2-1 in their three-match series and will play India once again in their first group game on 24th March.
They go on to play West Indies (28th March), England (30th March) and Bangladesh (1st April).
Prior to the competition, they take on Australia and Ireland in warm-ups on 17th and 19th March.
Sri Lanka ICC Women's World Twenty20 squad: Shashikala Siriwardene (captain), Chamari Atapattu (vice-captain), Chandima Gooneratne, Eshani Lokusiriya, Yasodha Mendis, Hasini Perera, Chamari Polgampola, Udeshika Prabodini, Oshadi Ranasinghe, Deepika Rasangika, Maduri Samudikka, Nilakshi Silva, Rebeka Vandort, Sripali Weerakkody
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