The Sri Lanka national cricket team are currently touring England from 8th of May to 5th of July 2016 for 3 Test series, 5 One Day International (ODI) series and also a one-off Twenty20 International (T20I) against the England cricket team. During the first test played in the Leeds, Sri Lanka’s fast bowler Dushmantha Chameera sustained an injury, who has now ruled out of the England tour after facing a stress fracture to his lower back. So, he has been advised to rest for next four months and he will return home to continue his treatment. As per the recent news it is also said that Dushmantha Chameera is likely to miss out the home test series against Australian cricket team which is scheduled to be begin from 26th of July 2016.
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24 year old, right arm fast paceman rattled the England lower order. Dushmantha Chameera had a crucial role to play in England tour as a fast bowler of Sri Lanka. He proved to be more impressive in their first test, and disturb opposition side by taking three wickets in their first innings and completely putting the opposition on their back foot. He also took the wicket of inform batsman of England Jonny Bairstow to end his game winning innings against Sri Lankan side. His bowling figures at the end of the innings were, awesome in which he has taken 3 wickets for 64 runs in 17 over’s. But, Sri Lanka had loss that inning by 88 runs.
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The Sri Lankan selectors are expected to pick up replacement for Chameera in the squad. The loss of Dushmantha Chameera is another big blow for Sri Lankan team’s bowling attack as their fast seamer Dhammika Prasad who also returned to Sri Lanka last week because of a shoulder injury. So, it seems that Sri Lanka’s worries haven’t stop as they lost their two fast bowlers due to injuries. But it is likely that Chameera will be replaced by fast pacer Chaminda Bandara, in their rank for their second test series which is to be played from Friday (27th May).