Sri Lanka vs England 3rd ODI 2021 Highlights – July 4

Sri Lanka vs England 3rd ODI 2021 Highlights .You are here to watch highlights between sl and eng .hd video highlights Sri Lanka vs England. winning in cricket is beauty. prediction is very difficult because both teams are strong on their own end.Rain is expected through out the day in forecast while this match .Sri lank is young and un experience team to play against England but cant say any thing about cricket.

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The Match has been abandoned due to rain..

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Short Highlights

Sri Lanka

Pathum Nissanka, Kusal Perera (c & wk), Dasun Shanaka, Avishka Fernando, Wanindu Hasaranga,Dhananjaya de Silva,Charith Asalanka, Chamika Karunaratne, Binura Fernando, Dushmantha Chameera, Asitha Fernando


England :Jonny Bairstow (wk), Jason Roy, David Willey,Sam Billings, Moeen Ali,Joe Root, Eoin Morgan (c), Sam Curran, Tom Curran, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood

Match START TIME 3:00 PM

10:00 AM GMT

11:00 AM LOCAL

Sri Lanka’s last stay in Bristol was a depressed one. During the 2019 World Cup, both their games there were cleared out without a ball being bowled and they fussed to the ICC about the green contributes and that their housing the city didn’t have a pool for the players to recover in. It is sensible for see they were not sorry to leave Bristol during that opposition. They in all probability won’t be that happy to be back.

At first, more storm is gauge for the third and last ODI of the series against England on Sunday (July 4) at the County Ground while Sri Lanka are in struggle, having effectively lost all of the five of their matches on this visit as of recently. They have an energetic, fresh gathering who have had their hindrances inhumanely uncovered by England, and it would be nothing startling in case they as of now have one eye on the plane home. It’s anything but’s an enormous effort from the travelers to hinder a 3-0 series defeat.

After the hosts’ careful eight-wicket prevail at The Oval on Thursday, Eoin Morgan showed that the last round of the series offered an opportunity for England to turn their group. Three ODIs and three T20Is against Pakistan follow this series, which is most likely going to be a more problematic test than Sri Lanka have presented, and England will require all their essential players fit and new for those matches.

It’s anything but’s a presentation for energetic Sussex left-armer George Garton. The 24 year-old is at this point unrefined yet has been on England’s radar since the 2017/18 Ashes series when he was quickly called-up to the team to cover for wounds. He has pace and in one-day cricket is fit in all times of the game, with the new ball, through the middle and at the passing. Garton is moreover a genuinely fit lower-demand hitter and a splendid protector, and has been in adequate construction for Sussex during the Vitality T20 Blast.

Liam Dawson is another player who could get a look in. The left-arm spinner is incredibly regarded by Morgan and was fundamental for England’s 2019 World Cup group. He persevered through a dreadful Achilles injury the past summer which controlled him out of the colder season series in India yet when he was fit again, England hit him up to the inconvenience of young Lancashire leg-spinner Matt Parkinson who had been with the group the whole winter. Dawson evidently remains England’s third spinner, then, behind Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali, and looks set to be fundamental for the T20 World Cup team not long from now.

With the series recently won, getting the opportunity to turn the group is a lavishness for England. Sri Lanka would without question a lot of need to be in a near position. Taking everything into account, they are in extinguishing fires mode. Their visit to England has been a destructive one, both on and off the pitch, and they face the shame of a conclusive triumph at Bristol, a spot they have horrendous memories of, with the exception of on the off chance that they can find a show of note from some spot. Given all that has gone beforehand, that would be a shock.

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