The Latest: WIndies' Brathwaite penalized for umpire dissent
LONDON (AP) — The Latest on Day 17 of the Cricket World Cup (all times local):
West Indies allrounder Carlos Brathwaite has received a reprimand and one demerit point for showing dissent to the umpires in the loss to England on Friday at Southampton.
Brathwaite made his displeasure clear when he was given out caught behind while batting on 14 from 22 balls in the 44th over.
He admitted to the offence and accepted the sanction from match referee David Boon.
Sri Lanka won the toss and chose to bowl first against Australia on a fresh pitch at the Oval in dry conditions.
Sri Lanka fast bowler Nuwan Pradeep, who dislocated and cut a finger on his right bowling hand in practice, passed bowling and catching tests and will play.
Sri Lanka made one change from its last match 11 days ago, dropping fast bowler Suranga Lakmal, who hasn't taken any wickets in two World Cup matches, for left-arm spin bowling allrounder Milinda Siriwardana, who will play his first one-day international since October 2017.
Australia also made one change: Fast bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile was "stiff," captain Aaron Finch said, and replaced by Jason Behrendorff, playing his seventh ODI.
Sri Lanka: Dimuth Karunaratne (captain), Lahiru Thirimanne, Kusal Perera, Kusal Mendis, Angelo Mathews, Dhananjaya de Silva, Thisara Perera, Isuru Udana, Milinda Siriwardana, Nuwan Pradeep, Lasith Malinga.
Australia: Aaron Finch (captain), David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Steve Smith, Shaun Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Alex Carey, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Jason Behrendorff, Kane Richardson.
Sri Lanka and Australia meet in a one-day international for the first time in three years in the Cricket World Cup on Saturday.
Meanwhile, South Africa and Afghanistan face each other for the first time in ODI history, in Cardiff.
A fresh pitch and dry conditions await Sri Lanka and Australia at the Oval.
The group match will be Sri Lanka's first in 11 days after two abandonments because of rain in Bristol.
While Sri Lanka was restricted to training indoors, Australia played three matches in the meantime, and can go top of the standings with a fourth win from five matches.
In World Cup history, Australia leads these matchups 7-2.
Sri Lanka paceman Lasith Malinga needs four more wickets to become the fourth bowler to reach 50 in World Cup history, after Glenn McGrath (71), Muttiah Muralitharan (68), and Wasim Akram (55).
South Africa has three losses and a no result from its first four matches.
Afghanistan is on a losing streak, too, having lost three straight ODIs for the first time since the 2015 World Cup.
South Africa's Imran Tahir is the only spinner at this World Cup to have bowled 100-plus overs and not been hit for a six.
Hashmatullah Shahidi needs 54 more runs to reach 1,000 in ODIs, and become the ninth Afghan batsman to the milestone. He scored 59 in his last match against New Zealand.
Rain in Cardiff in the morning is set to clear in the afternoon with the chance of occasional showers. The day-night match starts 1230 GMT.
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