Sri Lanka vs West Indies, 3rd ODI Prediction & Betting Tips
Match: SL vs WI, 3rd ODI, West Indies tour of Sri Lanka, 2020
Date: Sunday, March 01, 2020
Time: 02:30 PM IST
Venue: Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Pallekele
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"The smiles in Sri Lanka are as wide as the horizon." That's how Andrew Fidel Fernando starts telling the story of Sri Lanka in Upon A Sleepless Isle. Cricket Betting Tips The frame of reference here is that of the tourists, who visit the country to experience the local culture, spot a few elephants at the Minneriya National Park, maybe hop into a cricket match if it's on and go back with glowing memories. Ask a visiting cricket player of yesteryear instead and the divergence of opinion will be revealing.
Not that Sri Lanka wasn't welcoming, but there was an era when good times in the country limited itself to strictly beyond the cricket field. You couldn't enjoy the beaches and also win games of cricket here. Which meant you mostly ended up enjoying the beaches. All of it changed, of course, when the veteran players retired and Sri Lanka spiralled into a nauseating continuum of "rebuilding", which seemed to have (hyperbolically) continued until West Indies showed up and played "pretty, pretty poor" in Kieron Pollard's words and lost the ODI series.
To put it bluntly, it's not impossible to win in Sri Lanka nowadays. The heat doesn't seem to sap you as much, the eyes don't goggle as wide as the smiles now. In fact, their home series win against Bangladesh last year is their only win in nearly five years. And this West Indies side under Pollard seemed to be going somewhere, considering which beating Sri Lanka in Sri Lanka in 2020 should have been ayes.
But look at the irony of it all: they dropped Shimron Hetmyer and Evin Lewis on grounds of fitness for this series but the team's fielded like they are fielding on hot coals, the focus being on everything but hands. Nothing sums it up better than Pollard dropping Kusal Mendis in Hambantota.
It's a move that could work in the long run for the West Indies, but right now they look like a side that will find it difficult to avert a whitewash. Match Tips Sri Lanka have smelled the blood and the smiles in the camp are starting to get as the horizon.
When: Sri Lanka vs West Indies, 3rd ODI on March 1 at 2:30 PM local
Where: Pallekele International Cricket Stadium
What to expect
A "full house at Pallekele," if you ask Dimuth Karunaratne. Also, sunny skies, temperatures around 33 degrees, probably no rain and a bit more help for the seamers.