In the fifth ODI against Australia, Sri Lanka wants a big victory.

Sri Lanka beat Australia by two wickets in the fifth ODI in Antwerp . The Aussies were suffocated by Dasun Shanaka .

Colombo (Sri Lanka) : As Sri Lanka press on with a series victory in front of home supporters, their damage limitation may be over, with the Aussies losing another World Test Championship series, as a result of a stifling slow-ball group.Antwerp: The Aussies were suffocated by an aggressive Shanaka who ran on attacking fields laced with catching guys.In the forthcoming Test series, Dimuth Karunaratne will be making a similar move, with the young Sri Lanka crop flourishing under former coach Mickey Arthur's watchful eye, who from the outside looked like a model for a team of talent but perhaps raw in experience.Six months later, Chris Silverwood's side seems to be able to match up again.In the midst of a troubling crisis in Sri Lanka, their cricketers, many of whom are younger, have stood up.

He is a tadpole, compact, and technically organized player.In the series, the left-hander averages over 50, while fellow 24-year-old Pathum Nissanka claims match-winning hundreds, while Wanindu Hasaranga is the bowling team, with Jeffrey Vandersay, Dhananjaya de Silva, and Chamika Karunaratne both taking five wickets.The Aussies were given a game by Maheesh Theekshana, who has only taken two wickets in his undisputed mystery spin, only going at 4.77 runs per over, and the crowds cheering their countrymen overthrow a heavyweight in the sport are likely to include their support as the fifth ODI begins next Wednesday, and they could well see them climb up from fourth on the World Test Championship ladder after their biggest ever chase against Australia at the R.Premad The ship will be steady under Asalanka and Dhananjaya de Silvas 101-run agreement.In response, David Warner was the anchor, though he fell one run short of reaching his 19th ODI ton and cramping after being stumped by Niroshan Dickwella.

Australia squad: David Warner, Aaron Finch(w), Charith Asalanka, Dhananjaya De Silva, Charith Asalanka, Dasun Shanaka, Jeff Vandersay, Mahesh Theekshan