Match between Scotland and Sri Lanka has been a washout

Match between Scotland and Sri Lanka has been a washout

By eeeps.sh7 | eeeps | 19 May 2019


The match had been conducted before the world cup, the reason behind it they can have confidence before playing the match in the world cup. It will be the last preparation chance for both the team before the world cup count down start. Both teams had a 2 match ODI series against each other and every player who gets the chance to play a match they will show their full strength.

Srilanka team will have great confidence inside them because they have the best South Africa in a test match at South Africa home ground. But later in a test match, they have to suffer from the loss. srilankan team has good names in their squad who can able to be a match winner for the team.

On the other side, Scotland is coming with a loss against Ireland due to the DLS method. Because rain interrupted the play and at that time Ireland was 2 runs ahead than the target and so they have won the match. Scotland team will now clear about the system and will try their best to win the match against Srilanka. Scotland also has a big name in their team but they are lacking with match winner player.

In the match between Srilanka and Scotland, rain arrived and stop the play with this even toss also not done. It was bad luck for the spectator who came to the stadium to watch the live match. Many times rain comes and gone and umpires come out to the ground to do some play possible. The ground was full of water and so it was difficult to play on this situation and so the match was canceled.


eeeps.sh7
eeeps.sh7

I am from Nepal and big fan of cricket. I recently joined some of the blogging platform including scorum. I will be posting about the Cricket and other Nepali sports.


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