The tour will begin with three T20Is that will begin from June 7 till June 100, followed by five one-day internationals between June 14 and 24. The Test series will begin in Galle five days later.
The two teams had earlier met for five T20Is Down Under earlier this year in February, with Australia winning 4-1.
The visitors will be without Pat Cummins for the shortest format, with Cricket Australia resting their Test skipper. Adam Zampa will miss the whole tour as he awaits the birth of his child. The side will welcome back a number of their star players who had missed the series against Pakistan due to the 2022 IPL.
Sri Lanka, on the other hand, have welcomed back players Wanindu Hasaranga and Bhanuka Rajapaksa, after the latter missed out on the tour of India. Hasaranga had been suffering from Covid-19, while Rajapaksa was not selected due to fitness concerns.
There had been plenty of speculation over the series due to the prevailing political situation in Sri Lanka, but it was later confirmed that the games would go ahead as scheduled, with Australia landing in the country on June 1.
Sri Lanka v Australia 2022: Where to watch and streaming details
Telecast in Australia
Fox Sports will broadcast all ten matches in the tour, with Kayo Sports live streaming the series. Full replays and highlights will be shown on these platforms as well.
Telecast in Sri Lanka
The home series will be shown live on Dialog television channel 140. Live streaming will be available on Sri Lanka Cricket’s Youtube Channel.
Telecast in India
Fans in India can see the full series on the Sony Sports Network, with live streaming available on SonyLiv.
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