Sri Lanka selectors chose to ring in a few changes for the constrained overs voyage through South Africa as they declared a 15-part side on January 22. Uncapped Tharika Sewwandi, Anushka Sanjeewani, Imalka Mendis, Harshitha Madavi, Umesha Thimashini, Achini Kulasuriya and Inoka Ranaweera discover a spot for the three ODIs and three T20Is arrangement beginning from February 1. Thimashini, be that as it may, should clear a wellness test to be a piece of the voyaging party.
Chamari Atapattu will lead the side as the guests will commence the visit with the first T20I in Cape Town before making a trip to Johannesburg and Centurion for the staying two amusements. Sri Lanka will hope to move from the base of the ICC Women’s Championship table in the succeeding ODI arrangement. They have only one win in nine recreations and are behind South Africa who have three successes from nine amusements.
Sewwandi, the 18-year-old left-arm pacer, is yet to include in a worldwide installation while a few others make a rebound after the lamentable Women’s World T20 in the Caribbean. Madavi, who has played only four ODIs and two T20Is, last played for Sri Lanka in June a year ago while Kulasuriya last played an ODI in March 2018.