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Australia vs Sri Lanka 4th ODI Preview, lineups, match details, and all you need to Know

Sri Lanka is in an ordering position in the ODI series, dominating two matches on the twist, in the wake of losing the primary game. In the past game in Colombo, the meeting bowlers were defeated as Sri Lanka pursued a sum of 292 with six wickets close by and nine balls in excess, because of a stunning 100 years by Sri Lankan opener Pathum Nissanka.

In the principal ODI, after Sri Lanka set up areas of strength for an of 300, Australia serenely pursued down a modified objective of 282 with nine balls in excess, the kindness of Glenn Maxwell’s heroics. At the subsequent game, Sri Lankan bowlers held the Aussies’ pursuit, guarding an updated focus of 216 and dominating the match by 26 runs. Sri Lanka, after the failure of losing the T20I series, is one win away from securing the series.

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Match Details

Venue: R Premadasa Stadium

Date and Time:  21st June, 2:30 PM IST

Telecast and Live Streaming on ott:  Sony LIV app and Sony Six

Pitch Report

The wicket at the Premadasa Stadium as a rule offers turn and helps the bowler a general rule, and the run-scoring is difficult for the hitters. The standard score here is around 260 as the normal absolute on this ground is around 240. Over the most recent decade, groups batting initially have won multiple times and groups bowling initially have won multiple times.

The past ODI game was additionally played on this ground, and it was seen that the center periods of every innings were overwhelmed by the spinners Jeffrey Vandersay and Glenn Maxwell. The group winning the throw should choose the bowl first and speed their batting appropriately.

Probable playing 11

Sri Lanka Probable playing 11

  1. Niroshan Dickwella (wk),
  2. Pathum Nissanka,
  3. Kusal Mendis,
  4. Dhananjaya de Silva,
  5. Charith Asalanka,
  6. Dasun Shanaka (c),
  7. Chamika Karunaratne,
  8. Jeffrey Vandersay,
  9. Dushmantha Chameera,
  10. Maheesh Theekshana,
  11. Dunith Wellalage

Australia Probable playing 11

  1. David Warner,
  2. Aaron Finch (c),
  3. Mitchell Marsh,
  4. Marnus Labuschagne,
  5. Alex Carey (wk),
  6. Travis Head,
  7. Glenn Maxwell,
  8. Cameron Green,
  9. Jhye Richardson,
  10. Matthew Kuhnemann,
  11. Josh Hazlewood