Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka Match Preview
Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka Prediction comes ahead of the clash between the two teams in the third One Day International match of the bilateral series competition, which is held at the Shere Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka, Bangladesh 28 May 2021 Friday. Let us look at the match preview as we try to provide the best betting tips and correct score prediction for this tie. The home team, Bangladesh, host the visiting side of Sri Lanka for the third and final match of the series in a game that can go either way. Although the visiting side is under a lot of pressure both from their board and supporters for putting up a less-than-splendid showing in the opening stages of the tournament, they can at least try to do better and pull their socks up here on Friday. Bangladesh has a very good mixture of youth and experience in their squad, and this allows them to play fearless cricket. What also helps the cause of the natives is that they know these conditions very well and should be able to exploit them to perfection.
Bangladesh Team News
Bangladesh is a very good team that have three former captains in their ranks- Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib al Hasan, Mahmudullah Riyadh and Tamim Iqbal. In fact, the latter is the captain at the moment as well. This means that this team has some very good strategies to get them out of difficult situations.
Sri Lanka Team News
Led by wicketkeeper-batsman Kusal Perera, Sri Lanka has had a tumultuous time in the opening stages of the tournament. This game ought to be played with a full-strength squad. They have their full team available for selection.
Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka Betting Tips and Score Prediction
Bangladesh's home team are expected to win this match against their opponents Sri Lanka here on Friday quite comfortably. We do not think that this match will cause too many headaches to the home team, who have to hold over any visiting side in familiar home conditions.
- Sri Lanka's captain Kusal Perera has told the press that his side will have to deal with the mental pressure of having lost the first match.
- The Sri Lankan national team are going through an acrimonious pay dispute with their national board at the time of writing.
- The Bangladesh national team consist of a good mixture of experience and youth; this should hold them in good stead in the future.
Bangladesh to win
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