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Track to play in world cup on malinga 466 views
Lasith Malinga remains on track to play in the World Cup in
2015, although after having suffered a mild setback in his recovery from ankle
surgery, Michael Zoysa, Sri Lankan team manager confirmed. Malinga had a sore left
ankle after he started in the bowl of a brief training in December, but it is
now reset to start bowling in the nets.
He's been bowling all week and is on track to play games to warm-up before the World Cup," said de Waal. "If he played in the one-dayers against New Zealand is another issue, but there is a chance. We will ensure that no hurry about it. We bought ultrasound to help your healing as well.Malinga had arthroscopic surgery in September, after a long-term ankle injury worsened significantly in the middle of 2014, the Surgery should take 16 weeks to recover from and has been viewed bowling to reduce the pace of threads on Khettarama Stadium in the England (ODI) Sri Lanka in November and December, he was back for a consultation with an orthopedist in Melbourne after suffering pain in his ankle.
However,the team of the rest, optimistic that he will return to full form in the coming weeks, with Mahela Jayawardene's teammate Twitter also that he is "confident Malinga will be ready for the WC.Sri Lanka depends heavily on Malinga to lead the attack in recent years.first warm up match play their against South Africa on Feb. 9. His first match of the tournament's curtain rises against New Zealand on February 14.