Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe, Only Test Ball By Ball Today Match Prediction, which can held on Jul 14, 2017, Friday at R.Premadasa Stadium, Colombo and the match begins at 10.00AM there local time.
Zimbabwe historic series win
fifth ODI Zimbabwe 204 for 7 (Masakadza 73, Mire 43, Raza 27*, Dananjaya 4-47, Malinga 2-44) beat Sri Lanka 203 for 8 (Gunaratne 59*, Gunathilaka 52, Raza 3-21, Cremer 2-23) by three wickets.
This was not only the primary trophy Zimbabwe have won right here. They had by no means even beforehand defeated Sri Lanka on the island in a single match, in any format. Even throughout Sri Lanka’s previous low ebbs, the one factor they almost unwaveringly achieved was merciless thrashings of lower-ranked sides.
This was partly as a result of the place weaker groups may have competed with the other main nations, they repeatedly failed to cope with the unique challenges Sri Lanka groups posed. There was a rare freedom about their cricket then: freedom to bowl with a bent arm,
Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe, Only Test Ball By Ball Today Match Prediction
Sri Lanka will win
or a round one. Freedom to maraud at the start of an ODI recreation. Freedom to dream up new shots that sail over the wicketkeeper’s head, to impart spin with a flick of the fingers, to stack the infield with extra males than molecules of air.
They got here to Sri Lanka ranked 11th, having been defeated by Scotland within the earlier month, and having lost a sequence to Afghanistan earlier in the yr. However bowling with venom, fielding with pep, and batting with intelligence,
helped Zimbabwe win the deciding fifth ODI by three wickets in Hambantota, and stun the hosts Three-2. It’s their first away series victory since 2009, and one in every of Zimbabwe cricket’s finest moments ever.
Although their quartet of miserly spinners had trussed Sri Lanka up for 203 of their 50 overs, and although their openers slammed 92 for the first wicket,
victory still needed to be prised from their opposition on a slowing, turning deck. Zimbabwe were 137 for 1, when a Sri Lanka surge, led by Akila Dananjaya, claimed six wickets for 38.
Zimbabwe shocked their opponents, and the rest of the cricket world by defeating Sri Lanka within the fifth and final ODI to say the sequence 3-2. Much more impressively they did it on Sri Lankan soil. The world’s 10th ranked ODI workforce overcame a Lions aspect which barely a month ago defeated India within the Champions Trophy who later went on to reach the ultimate.
Zimbabwean cricket has been in turmoil for as long as many cricket followers can remember, and a lot of the woes have been self-inflicted.
Points have ranged from government interference and the political scenario in the nation, to poor management by the cricket board,
and a player exodus to greener pastures both for better pay and safety, as well as to flee the hardship of life within the African nation.