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Tuesday, 16 October 2012 - 9:43
Sri Lanka selectors ponder separate Twenty20 team
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Sri Lanka chief selector Ashantha de Mel has said that the national selection committee may streamline the selection of teams, and have a separate Twenty20 squad, following Sri Lanka's 36-run loss to West Indies in the World Twenty20 final.

The changes are likely to be introduced in the one-off T20 international against New Zealand to be played at Pallekele on October 30th.

Vice captain Angelo Mathews is expected to take the reins for the game against New Zealand, with Mahela Jayawardene having resigned from the captaincy following the World Twenty20 final.

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