The Latest: Injured Dale Steyn out of Cricket World Cup
LONDON (AP) — The Latest on Day 6 at the Cricket World Cup (all times local):
South Africa fast bowler Dale Steyn is out of the Cricket World Cup because of a shoulder he injured in April that never came right.
Steyn came to the World Cup only 60% fit, and didn't play.
He was replaced in the injury-hit squad by left-armer Beuran Hendricks.
Afghanistan has won the toss and chosen to bowl first against Sri Lanka under cloudy skies at Sophia Gardens as both teams go for their first win at the Cricket World Cup.
Sri Lanka brought in paceman Nuwan Pradeep for Jeevan Mendis in the only change from the 10-wicket loss to New Zealand at the same Welsh venue on Saturday.
The Afghans were unchanged from their seven-wicket loss to Australia.
The Sri Lankans have never won a cricket match in any format in six attempts in Cardiff, and managed only 136 all out batting first against New Zealand.
They were eliminated from the Asia Cup by Afghanistan last year.
Afghanistan: Mohammad Shahzad, Hazrat Zazai, Rahmat Shah, Najibullah Zadran, Hashmatullah Shahidi, Mohammad Nabi, Gulbadin Naib (captain), Rashid Khan, Dawlat Zadran, Mujeeb ur Rahmanm, Hamid Hassan.
Sri Lanka: Dimuth Karunaratne (captain), Lahiru Thirimanne, Kusal Perera, Kusal Mendis, Angelo Mathews, Dhananjaya de Silva, Thisara Perera, Isuru Udana, Suranga Lakmal, Nuwan Pradeep, Lasith Malinga.
England players Jason Roy and Jofra Archer have been fined and given demerit points for misconduct during the loss to Pakistan.
Roy was heard by umpires using an obscenity after a misfield during Monday's match. Archer showed dissent at an umpire's decision after bowling a wide.
The International Cricket Council on Tuesday said both players were fined 15% of their match fee, while one demerit point was added to their records.
The ICC also said Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed was fined 20% of his match fee and his teammates 10% each of theirs following a minor over-rate breach in the 14-run win at Trent Bridge.
All three players admitted to their breaches so no formal hearings were required.
It's a clash of the underdogs at the Cricket World Cup on Tuesday when Afghanistan takes on Sri Lanka in Cardiff.
Both teams are big outsiders to reach the semifinals and started the tournament with losses, Afghanistan to five-time champion Australia and Sri Lanka at the hands of New Zealand.
Sri Lankan cricket is in something of a mess on and off the field, with a number of players and officials — including 1996 World Cup winner Sanath Jayasuriya — having been charged with not co-operating with anti-corruption investigators.
The team lost all but one of 14 one-day internationals leading up to a win over Scotland ahead of the World Cup, and was then trounced by New Zealand in a 10-wicket loss on Saturday.
The Afghanistan squad will see this match as an ideal opportunity to add a second World Cup win to its landmark, one-wicket victory over Scotland in 2015.