Why did Sri Lanka played without their best bowlers against Australia?

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8 thoughts on “Why did Sri Lanka played without their best bowlers against Australia?”

  1. toyotacelica070@yahoo.com ask me says:

    SRI LANKA SAVED THEIR BOWLERS FOR THE FINALS. THEY R GONNA USE EM IN THE FINAL. SRI LANKA’S NEXT MATCH IS AGAINST NEW ZEALAND

  2. seagull says:

    Because Sri Lanka didn’t want to show their trump cards before the final. Australia will find themselves unprepared in the final against Murali and Vaas.
    Next match against NZ.

  3. nalakafairly says:

    QUITE EASILY TACTICAL REASONS
    I MEAN THEY RESTD THEM TO AMBUSH AUSTRALIA IN FINALS & SURPRISE THEM.
    tHEN AUSTRALIA HAVE NO ANSWERS TO THESE # GREAT BOWLERS.

  4. channa says:

    the aussies are in for a surprise in the final. i like this strategic move by the sri lankans. next match is against nz.

  5. Sobhan Mohanty says:

    Well they wanted to rest their premiun bowlers before the crucial matches and further had Sri lanka won that match then there were chances that it would have faced Australia as their semi-final opponent.

  6. jobees says:

    One of the bowlers had an injury and so he had to be rested.

    Marlirine they just decided to rest him. Maybe it was tacted so the aussie batman wouldn’t be able to anlyles their mistakes against him. And improve them in time for the final. Or may be they knew they where safe to make the quarter finals.

  7. TrailBlazer says:

    Malinga (with the funny hair) had injured his leg while playing football. People ask why he played soccer when he’s supposed 2 play cricket!!

    Vaas and Murali were kept for tactical reasons… so they could do a whole lot of damage to the Aussies…when they meet in the finals.

    SL is meeting NZ and hopefully they’ll win & get in2 the finals.

  8. vakayil k says:

    Since Sri Lanka have already qualified for semi finals, the match against Australia on 18th April was insignificant to them. Hence they may have decided to rest their key bowlers on the following considerations:

    1) They did not want tom expose their kley bowlers to
    Australian batsmen.

    2) They did not want to risk any injury to their key
    bowlers.

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