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Sri Lanka recall Kandamby for first three England ODIs 

Sri Lanka recall Kandamby for first three England ODIs 

BatsmanThilina Kandamby has been recalled to the Sri Lankan side after three years while spinnerDilruwan Perera, a Test fixture who last played ODI cricket in 2008, has also found a place in the 15-man side named for the first three matches against England on Monday.Jeevan Mendis, also known for his lower-order hitting apart from his handy legspin, also made a return after a year in the wilderness.

Sri Lanka vs England 2014: Great opportunity for teams and players to improve rankings

Sri Lanka and England have an opportunity to gain vital rankings points when they go head-to-head in the first of seven One-Day Internationals (ODIs) that starts on Wednesday in Colombo.

England tour of Sri Lanka: England begin World Cup preparations with win over Sri Lanka A as Moeen Ali stars with bat and ball Ali took three wickets with the ball before 

Moeen Ali added an explosive 21-ball 50 to his three wickets as England began their World Cup winter with a resounding 56-run Duckworth-Lewis victory over Sri Lanka A.

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