South Africa's chance to pile on Sri Lanka

South Africa's chance to pile on Sri Lanka
South Africa's chance to pile on Sri Lanka

Once South Africa became humble in the Test series, then Sri Lankan fans would have expected to repeat it. However, between the bat and the ball, the appropriate pitches being prepared for a competition have hosted the hosts. To improve the damage done, Sri Lanka needs things - to run an inspirational performance from their batsmen and a bowler.

Scores of 193 and 244 in the current scenario in ODI cricket - you will not get anywhere In both the games, the hosts have been reprimanded by South African packer soon and they failed to recover from it. Angelo Matthews and Nirosho Dikewal put the half-century in the second game but batted alone as batting.

On the bowling front, Akila Dananjay has taken three wickets in each of the first two matches but got some support from others. After the second game, Mathews compared his players compared to the group of amateur school children because of friendship. In the second ODI, they dropped three catches in the first six overs of the chase and it ended up costing them the game.

South Africa has been clinical in the first two matches and would expect such other performance under the leadership of its packers. Things have been quite easy for them and it will be important for them to play spin better to win the series.

What: Sri Lanka vs. South Africa, 3rd ODI, local time at 10 o'clock

Where: Palekele International Cricket Stadium, Palekele

What to expect: Rainfall during the day is estimated and there is a possibility of affecting the length of the game.

Team news:

Sri Lanka: The failure of Upul Tharanga and Kushal Mendis in the first two games has harmed the prospects of Sri Lanka because they have not been able to reach the start. He handed the debit to two players in the last game and will continue to play XI by playing the same to maintain some consistency. It is also a great opportunity to find the ideal XI before the next year's World Cup.

South Africa: With all the departments working smoothly, there is no need to change the game XI to South Africa.

what did they say:

"If we want to win a match, then we can not make so many mistakes, maybe you can do two or three mistakes and they can fix those things within the game and win the match. But if you match If you make mistakes through it, then it is difficult to win "- Nirodhan Dikvalia.

"Now coming in the white ball, changing the format is always good to start adding some value to the team. It is very good to be on the team winning in Sri Lanka, so at the moment all things are good." - Quinnan de Coke
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