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Still a while before the toss happens. More info. on team news and et al. from the preview.
The visitors are staring at a record that will haunt them for years to come, i.e., a third ODI series whitewash in a calendar year. To sway away from the shade of embarrassment, they will have to turn up. Their batsmen, indeed. This game might not have as much context, but it might for Sri Lanka and their selectors.
Most of us, admit or not, hate to hit office on Mondays - especially after a holidaying weekend. But, there-s nothing like drawing positivity - in some shape of form - to kick-off your day at work. On that bright note, hello and warm welcome to the fifth and final ODI between Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
13.00 local: It would be too early to speak, but one cannot deny numbers and the theories associated with it. After the abject humiliation of Birmingham - where Pakistan lost to India in their opening game of the Champions Trophy - they were grilled, ridiculed and what not... fast forward four-and-half months later, a ninth successive win in the format beckons. Since Sarfraz took over, there have been signs akin to England-s rise after 2015 World Cup. What makes Pakistan so strong home away from home? One word: Bowling. One man: Sarfraz.
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There-s never a shortage of drama surrounding a series that involves Pakistan. If it was initially their Test whitewash at the hands of Sri Lanka, it was followed by Sri Lankan players- reservations about travelling to Pakistan for the three-match Twenty20 International series. The latest involves captain Sarfraz Ahmed reporting an approach by a bookmaker in Dubai to fix a game. Those incidents by themselves have been the most gripping part of the series narrative factoring in the insipid display by Sri Lanka, who now face a very real prospect of becoming the first team to face three 5-0 ODI whitewashes in a calendar year.
There hasn-t been much for Sri Lanka to boast when it comes to their batting unit. If anything, they have consistently undone the good work done by their bowlers. If they failed to chase down targets in the first two one-dayers, they failed to put enough runs on the board in the third and fourth as Pakistan romped home to seven-wicket wins. Barring Upul Tharanga, who has one century and one fifty, and Lahiru Thirimanne (two half-centuries), the next-best batsman for Sri Lanka has been spinner Akila Dananjaya - such has been the state of affairs. On the other hand, Pakistan-s batting order has been clinical. Led by Babar Azam and complemented well by Shoaib Malik, they have had little to worry about. So much so, their debutant in the third game, Imam-ul-Haq, notched a maiden century to rub salt further into the Sri Lankan wounds.
The visitors- bowling, however, has been in stark contrast to their batting. While Lahiru Gamage has been their best bowler in terms of returns with seven wickets in the four games, Suranga Lakmal has shone with his consistency. The spinners, though, haven-t had much luck or success in the one-day series so far. But the same can-t be said about Pakistan-s bowlers. While the seamers have been top notch with Hasan Ali leading the way with 12 wickets in four games, Shadab Khan has impressed with eight. Hasan has been instrumental in the middle overs, drying up the runs and picking up wickets regularly to keep Sri Lanka in check. Mohammad Hafeez too has chipped in significantly in drying up the runs in the middle overs, even picking up the odd wicket. Hafeez, however, was reported for the third time for a suspect bowling action.
Going into the final one-dayer, it seems inevitable that Pakistan will pick up their ninth successive one-day win. The whitewash should ensure a leap in their ranking points, unless Sri Lanka have a surprise in store.
When: Pakistan vs Sri Lanka, 5th ODI, October 23, 2017, 2 PM Local, 3.30 PM IST
Where: Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah
What to expect: The wicket in Sharjah may be on the slower side, not very different from what has been seen through the tournament.
Pakistan: Pakistan-s run of form gives little reason for them to make any changes in their line-up. They might opt to go in with the same XI as the fourth ODI. Coach Mickey Arthur admitted to being concerned by Fakhar Zaman-s poor returns at the top but Pakistan are likely to give their Champions Trophy star another non-pressure game to find his feet again.
Sri Lanka: Chandimal is under lot of pressure, but being one of the senior members in the side, he seems to have a lot of backing during the period of strife. Kapugedera might come back to the side, provided the swelling under his eye reduces, which is still present. If that-s the case, either Chandimal or Milinda Siriwardene will make way for him. Although, leaving Siriwardene out is a bit of risk for Sri Lanka which would mean they will have to go in with just five bowlers. The team will be decided in the selection meeting that the visitors are scheduled to have this evening.
Sri Lanka (From): Niroshan Dickwella(w), Upul Tharanga(c), Dinesh Chandimal, Lahiru Thirimanne, Sadeera Samarawickrama, Milinda Siriwardana, Seekkuge Prasanna, Thisara Perera, Akila Dananjaya, Suranga Lakmal, Lahiru Gamage, Kusal Mendis, Chamara Kapugedera, Dushmantha Chameera, Vishwa Fernando, Jeffrey Vandersay
Pakistan (From): Imam-ul-Haq, Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam, Mohammad Hafeez, Shoaib Malik, Sarfraz Ahmed(w/c), Imad Wasim, Shadab Khan, Hasan Ali, Usman Khan, Junaid Khan, Rumman Raees, Ahmed Shehzad, Fahim Ashraf, Haris Sohail.