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Who Will Win Sri Lanka vs England Match- Betting Tips
Sri Lanka vs England
ABOUT THE MATCH
Sri Lanka’s poor form lost to England by 18 runs on Duckworth Lewis Stern method when the match was called off due to rain. They’ll be up against England for the one final time in the series in a bid to preserve their pride in the eyes of their fans. On the contrary, the Englishmen have been ruthless in all of their recent limited-overs encounters. However, we can expect England to bring about a couple of changes to their playing eleven. Regardlessly, both teams are expected to strive hard for a win in the final ODI of the series.
When and Where:
Sri Lanka vs England
23rd Oct, 9:00 PM IST
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Although Sri Lanka has fared a lot better as compared to their Asia Cup outing, they still are a long way off from their best. The unfortunate axing of Angelo Mathews has left their team a little short on experience, but it appears to have been a blessing in disguise considering their improvement over the past few matches.
Dhananjaya de Silva and Niroshan Dickwella did especially nicely in the ultimate suit with de Silva scoring 66 and Dickwella hammering a brief half of-century. Thisara Perera is one of the main run scorers for Sri Lanka in their preceding contest.
The go back of Dinesh Chandimal has provided plenty-wished balance to their batting order and although he ought to only muster 33 runs inside the closing innings, he is still one of the most critical contributors of their batting unit.
As a long as their bowling is concerned, barring Akila Dananjaya, no bowler become capable of hold English batsmen from scoring let alone selecting wickets. He single-handedly stifled English chase earlier than Joe Root and Eoin Morgan steadied the deliver with an essential partnership. Before the collection began, their spinners were predicted to deal the bulk of the damage to England, but no one has surely stepped up for them thus far.
While they are likely to go in with the same eleven as their previous contest, they’d need their bowling to step up on the surface where there has been some assistance for spinners.
England need not resort to even the smallest of adjustment to their to ground. Skipper Eoin Morgan has already suggested that there will be a few changes to their playing eleven and we might see a couple of their bowlers being rested.
They have a pretty good batting unit with Eoin Morgan, Jason Roy, and Joe Root in terrific form. Jos Buttler hasn’t got a chance to bat in the middle, yet. There is a strong likeliness of a few or all of Mark Wood, Liam Plunkett, Joe Denly, and Sam Curran to play on Tuesday.
Despite the fact that they’ve been on the happier side of the results in this series, they certainly have a few areas to improve on. Moeen Ali picked up two for 55, Chris Woakes 1 for 45, and Tom Curran returned picked up one wicket for 50 runs. They were a bit off-radar in the middle and death overs.
Overall, this English side can be validated by their unbeaten run. It will be a day for them to test their strength and although it might provide the hosts with a better opportunity.
Dew has been a factor in the series and defending hasn’t been easy. Therefore, we expect the captain winning the toss to field first.
PITCH AND CONDITIONS
Colombo is going through a spell of heavy rainfall. There is a forecast of rain for the whole of the next week. Although the surface will stay true to bat for the whole of the innings, the weather and dew are likely to make things easier for batting in the second half. The team bowling first should be happy if they’re able to restrict its opponent for anything less than 280.
It’s been a long time since Sri Lanka last won an ODI. They have nothing to lose and all to play for in the final ODI with their pride at stake. Jonny Bairstow is still likely to sit out for England making them a little vulnerable at the top of the order. Having said that, they have quality players and are better placed to win the fifth and final game of the series.
Back England to win
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