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Herath’s injury likely to keep him away from playing tests against New Zealand

According to Sri Lankan team manager Michael de Zoysa, Herath suffered Left-arm orthodox spinner Rangana Herath is likely to miss both the Tests in Sri Lanka's tour of New Zealand due to an injury to his hamstring while practicing for the fifth ODI in the recent home series against England.It was certain that Herath would miss the Boxing Day Test at Christchurch de Zoysa said that the bowler could actually end up missing both the Tests. "I think Herath is struggling to make the second Test as well," he quoted The Sri Lankan team left for New Zealand yesterday without Herath. If he recovers in time for the New Year's Test in Wellington, he would make the journey at later date. Sri Lanka will play a warm up game at Queenstown on December 21, 22 before the two-Test series. The series will conclude with seven ODIs leading into the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.


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