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Sri Lanka will bounce back strongly say Atapattu

Former Sri Lanka captain and present Sri Lanka head coach Marvan Atapattu is pretty confident that his team will forget the whitewash 5-0 defeat they suffered against India and will bounce back in the seven-match ODI series against England and will move ahead to Australia for ICC cricket world cup 2015 in a positive note. "I am quite confident at the team who were doing well especially in their preparation and the efforts they are putting in to bring back Sri Lanka to winning note. We knew that there are a few areas we need to brush up” said Atapattu.

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