Mahela Jayawardene expects Australia to attack like 'wounded soldiers'

Mahela Jayawardene

"We need to groom another leader as well. It's very important to have that changeover done smoothly while the senior players are still in the side.

"That's something that I will speak with the selectors (about) and see what's best for them and then make a call."

Sri Lanka and Australia begin their first Test in Hobart in December 14, the subsequent Tests beginning on December 26 in Melbourne and January 3 in Sydney.

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