Varied, unorthodox SL keep WI down Pallekele lowest
West Indies chose to bat v Sri LankaLive scorecard and ball-by-ball details
West Indies won a an important toss in Pallekele, choosing to bat first on a surface drier than it has been so far in the tournament. It basically meant that by the time Sri Lanka’s chase will enter its second half, they will be batting on a 70-over-old pitch.
Surprisingly, though, West Indies left out Samuel Badree, who impressed against England with four overs for just 20 runs. Fidel Edwards took his place. Sri Lanka made one change too, a forced one. Akila Dananjaya, who was hit in the face by Rob Nicol on…
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