2nd T20 match between India and Srilanka which was scheduled to play on 27 July, now has been Suspended ans postponed to 28 July 8 PM.
This match has is suspended because of Krunal Pandya who was found Corona Positive.
Now every Player has been sent to isolation and if all get negative report then match will be played on 28 july.
When will 3rd T20 played?
- 3rd T20 Match will be played on Original date 29 July at 8 pm IST.
- Team india will play back to back two matches.
Sri Lanka has statistical nonsense on its head. They have only won one of their last 14 full T20Is since October 2019, and their best shot, over 190 points, was a year earlier when they beat the Nidahas Trophy in Colombo.
This is a team that is crying out loud for victory, especially since the archers took good care of themselves when the T20I opened on Friday.
India vs Srilanka 2nd T20 Suspended
Initial fears that Sri Lanka could be overtaken by a second Indian team were already dispelled in the second ODI and the hosts have improved since then. On Friday, in a short six-stage chase against Charit Asalanka, despite a large field restriction at Pramadas Stadium, Shikhar Dhawan & Co. felt a little calm, but Sri Lanka was ruled out by the fact that its 44-ball 26 solo Benefits were.
Under known conditions, the Dasun Shanka Archers have already managed to play an equivalent game against India on their first visit on site, but about 10-15 less than they wanted. Now is the time for hitters to show up and find the right direction together.
Srilanka vs India 2nd T20 match postponed
For India, some mini-narratives have already started looking for solutions, if any, to the World Cup with these fun parties.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar recovered at pace and pace after some trouble in ODI, finishing the race on all fours while Deepak Chahar by his standards overcame frustration at PowerPlay and destroyed the Sri Lankan chase with the large Aslanka wicket. . Two spinning pitchers could fight for just one place in the World Cup.
Meanwhile, Yuzvendra Chahal has been named the top player in India while Hardik Pandia continues to lose weight and his fitness is decreasing.
Sri Lanka and easily won on Sunday. So how are hosts changing this series? With the T20 World Cup coming up towards the end of the year, how would you change your entire game?
On Sunday, it is the center’s request that needs to be worked on most. With Dasun Shanaka out of the picture and Wanindu Hasaranga so far neglecting the kind of innings he was delivering in the UK, they were shy in the middle and late stages. In the main game, only Minod Bhanuka (10 of 7) and Charith Asalanka (44 of 26) faced each other for more than 120.
They suspect India may feel they didn’t do very well in that first game, but again, their pitchers were enough to stop their 164 out of 5 hits. others still need to figure out how to score against him when he generously leaves the surface of Khettarama and successfully changes his pace. On the front lines, the top four – Prithvi Shaw, Shikhar Dhawan, Sanju Samson and Suryakumar Yadav – were very friendly on this visit.
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In the middle
Like any new commander, Dasun Shanaka needs respect in the transition area. However, so far, on his visit to India, he has not exactly tracked his best structure with the bat and has failed to create the dangerous final entrances. It’s the twist of India’s wrist that usually neutralizes him – Chahal takes him to the ODIs twice and Varun Chakravarthy confuses him on Sunday. In case he overcomes this obvious shortcoming, a limited amount of time would do Shanaka and the group very well.
Hardik Pandya stood out as a true newspaper in Sri Lanka, first because he gave Chamika Karunaratne (of whom Hardik is a good example) his baton before the main game and then began to sing the Sri Lankan folk anthem.
That was enough to win the hearts of the island, but it’s speculated that he’s not particularly happy about it. His swing frame seems to have left him and his bowling was just a little better. He also made a clear catch on Sunday.
He is, by and large, such a confident cricketer that it seems virtually incomprehensible that he should feel bad about his game. However, he only has two entries left to rediscover some of that batting ability.