Sri Lanka Army will conduct a special team bonding excercise for Sri Lanka Cricket World Cup squad at Maduru Oya Special Forces training camp starting from Monday. Apart from Lasith Malinga who is playing in Indian Premier League (IPL), entire Sri Lankan squad will participate in the 3 day program.
Sri Lanka will leave on May 7 to England for a one week camp before heading to Scotland to play two ODIs. Sri Lanka’s opening World Cup match is against New Zealand on June 1, 2019.
Sri Lanka’s World Cup fixtures
1 June: Vs New Zealand at Cardiff
4 June: Vs Afghanistan at Cardiff
7 June: Vs Pakistan at Bristol
11 June: Vs Bangladesh at Bristol
15 June: Vs Australia at The Oval
21 June: Vs England at Leeds
28 June: Vs South Africa at Chester-Le-Street
1 July: Vs West Indies at Chester-Le-Street
6 July – India – Leeds