Sri Lanka went into the second ODI of the series against Colombo knowing well that they had to win to give themselves a decent chance of ending up triumphant in the series. And, they did so in rather emphatic fashion.
Amidst the never-ending IPL 9, England will host Sri Lanka in the first Test of a fresh season at Headingley. It was here that Sri Lanka created history two years ago when they overcame the Englishmen in a tense game to create history,
Ben Stokes bowled a brilliant last over as he defended 15 runs needed for Sri Lanka to win to put his team in the semi-finals, joining West Indies from Group 1. In what was an over full of unplayable yorkers
It will be an equal of sorts, but of a different kind when England face Sri Lanka at the Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi on Saturday. Both teams are still very much in contention to make it to the final four.
Sri Lanka may have lost the T20 series in India 1-2. But, that doesn’t make them any less a threat as the Asia Cup begins. This is one tournament they love winning, although this is the first time the event will be held in the shortest version of the sport
Sri Lanka should not be disappointed with the 2-0 loss in the series against New Zealand. That result was pretty much on expected lines. But, what they should be slightly dissatisfied with is the manner in which they lost the Hamilton Test