Who Will Win Sri Lanka vs South Africa, 3rd Match, Group B Today Match Prediction, Which can held on Jun 03, 2017, Saturday at Kennington Oval, London and the match begins at 10.30AM there local time.
South Africa will be odds-on favourites when they take on Sri Lanka in the first match for each groups in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017. The AB de Villiers-led side has been in England for some time,
where they performed a three-match series with the hosts. Sri Lanka-led by Angelo Mathews play their first match here this season.
On the face of it, the Champions Trophy Group B opener between Sri Lanka and South Africa is a foregone conclusion. South Africa have won the final seven encounters between the two sides,
and when Sri Lanka were blitzed 5-0 by the Proteas earlier this yr the gulf in class turned a bit embarrassing.
Who Will Win Sri Lanka vs South Africa, 3rd Match, Group B Today Match Prediction
Sri Lanka Will Win the Toss – 70% South Africa Will Win the Match Whereaseveryone else is trying to work out how many runs is enough, or even when such a figureactually exists in modern-day ODIs,de Villiers believes the bestreply is to is to easilylower an innings off at its knees.The South African captain’s ambitions stem from their latest matches towards Sri Lanka – of theirfinal seven encounters, Sri Lanka have been bowled out all howeveras soon as,and on 4 of theseoccasions they have been dismissed for underneath 200. In fact, the majority ofthesevideo gameshave beenplayed in South Africa on pitches that suppliedsomething for the bowlers,whereas the final six ODI innings at The Oval have yielded an averagerating of 332 for 5.
Most worryingly for Sri Lanka was that whereasthey maylevel to their rebuilding course of as mitigation for their performances,
in reality they confirmedprecious few indicators of progress. A drawn seriesagainresidencetowards Bangladesh in March and April and a defeat to Scotland in a warm-up match in
Might have hardly calmed concerns over their future prospects.
Since Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene walked away after the 2015 World Cup, Sri Lanka have gainedsimply 13 of their 34 accomplished ODIs,
with 4 of their victories coming towardsIreland and Zimbabwe. Of their six bilateral seriestowardshigh eight groups in that point, Sri Lanka have gained none.
Teams: South Africa (From):
Hashim Amla, Quinton de Kock(w), Faf du Plessis, AB de Villiers(c), Jean-Paul Duminy, David Miller,
Chris Morris, Wayne Parnell, Andile Phehlukwayo, Kagiso Rabada, Imran Tahir, Dwaine Pretorius, Keshav Maharaj, Farhaan Behardien, Morne Morkel