Sri Lanka is expected to be one of the most settled sides in the World T20 as they are the hosts and have held their domestic T20 competition recently.
Their approach to the Super Eights however, has been defined by uncertainty.
Sri Lanka would have hoped to determine a team combination by the end of the group stage.
But that hasn't happened. As a result, the selection quandaries for the match against New Zealand in Pallekele today, are many.
Sri Lanka is also still unsure whether their key spinner Ajantha Mendis will be fit to play their first Super Eights match against New Zealand today.