What is the score of India vs Sri Lanka today?
SL:123/10 (15.5) | Live Cricket Score | IND vs SL | | Cricket Scoreboard – NDTV Sports.
Where can I see India vs Sri Lanka match?
Star Sports will broadcast the live telecast of the India vs Sri Lanka T20I matches. Disney Hotstar will live stream the matches on its app. The matches will be broadcasted across various languages on the Star Sports Network.
Who won yesterday match India vs Pakistan?
India 151/7 vs Pakistan 152/0 | Pakistan won by 10 wickets | ICC.
Has Sri Lanka won a series in India?
It was the first time that Sri Lanka had won a T20I series against India. It was also Sri Lanka’s first bilateral series win against India across all formats of international cricket since August 2008.
How many Test Sri Lanka won in India?
India and Sri Lanka have faced each other in 46 matches in Test. Out of these 46 games , India have won 22 whereas Sri Lanka have come out victorious on 7 occasions . 17 matches ended with draw.
Who leads India vs Sri Lanka 2nd Test series 1-0?
India lead the two-match series 1-0. The tourists were 28/1 at stumps while chasing a daunting 447 for victory. Get live cricket score updates of 2nd Test match between India vs Sri Lanka.
How did India win the pink ball Test against Sri Lanka?
IND vs SL 2nd Test Day 3 Live Score: Half-centuries from Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant combined with inspired bowling on Day 2 helped India eye a big win in the pink ball Test against Sri Lanka. India lead the two-match series 1-0. The tourists were 28/1 at stumps while chasing a daunting 447 for victory.
How many wickets do India need to win the Sri Lanka match?
The equation is very simple, India need 9 wickets to win while Sri Lanka need 419 runs with an ample amount of time. Dimuth Karunaratne and Kusal Mendis played the tricky small period on Day 2 very nicely and did well to close the day without any more damage.
What to expect on Day 3 between India and Sri Lanka?
Hello and a warm welcome to the action of Day 3 between India and Sri Lanka. What is called a moving day can prove to be the final day of the match. The equation is very simple, India need 9 wickets to win while Sri Lanka need 419 runs with an ample amount of time.