Who is the left-arm spin-bowling all-rounder most-suited for limited overs for SL?


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I believe in all rounders being in the team for one reason and their all round ability being a bonus.. So Milinda for me, cuz he is in the team as a specialist batsman who can bowl... But players like Seekuge, i dont know!!!

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pls see the stats of damith silva, a promising u-19 player. At the moment we have good spin stocks. The real issue is pacies.

(Last edited by Dinith on August 26, 2016 - 11:20)
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Keen to see what the guy who bowls with both arms brings to the table at some stage.

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Milinda is probably more suited, but i would like to see a new young face in the team. I know Mili is only 30 but 5 years from now and people are going to be asking question about his place. I would like to see someone under 24 to come to the side

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Dinith please have a look at my question before suggesting names. I like to get more names but only in my question criteria.

I said ALL ROUNDERS and specially thinking about who can be batsmans who can bowl some useful left arm spin also.

For my bad I want to put Charith Asalanka also into the list. But I forget at the time

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@CricketStatsGuru: Asalanka is an off spinner, not left arm slow orthodox. But he could be a decent all round option- but I would rather have him playing as a pure batsman if he was in the team (similar to Joe Root who bowls tidy off spin occasionally) since we already have Gunathilake and de Silva to bowl off spin.

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