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Chandika Hathurusingha and Heath Streak arrive at the team hotel
Brendon McCullum bats in the nets
Jimmy Neesham gestures during a net session
Stephen Parry is one of the England performance squad players also in Sri Lanka
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Ben Stokes appears favourite for the No. 7 spot
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Alastair Cook and Alex Hales worked together in the nets but seem unlikely to do so at the start of the ODI series
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