Welcome to Sportstar’s HIGHLIGHTS of the second semifinal of the Road Safety World Series between Sri Lanka Legends and West Indies legends.
India Legends vs Sri Lanka Legends LIVE Score Road Safety Series Final 2022
‘RESULT - SRI LANKA LEGENDS BEATS WEST INDIES LEGENDS BY 14 RUNS, QUALIFIES FOR FINAL AGAINST INDIA LEGENDS.
Sri Lankan bowlers deliver the goods and closes it out. A collective bowling performance from the Lankans put down the Carribeans. Deonarine’s (63 from 39) lone struggle brought WI-L close but he didn’t get much support from anyone else.
Danza Hyatt b Gunaratne 17 (19b), Hyatt misreads that one and is castled. SL-L chipping away in this defense. But WI-L still has Deonarine out in the middle, who is still going strong at 59*.
Dilshan follows Jayasuriya with his part-time off-spinners. He draws a mistake from William Perkins and Mendis pulls off a great catch. Deonarine has kept the WI-L chase afloat with some big hits.
Dwayne Smith lbw b Jayasuriya 23 (24b). Sanath Jayasuriya traps Dwayne Smith before the wicket with his loopy left-arm spin. Crucial breakthrough for SL-L, as Smith was about launch off. Jayasuriya makes it a double by bowling Kirk Edwards. Dream passage of play for the Lankans
Brian Lara is the first to fall, but only after he managed to crunch a few boundaries. Narsingh Deonarine is the next to come in and he sets off soon with a couple of boundaries against Udana. WI-L are going steady in the chase.
Brian Lara and Dwayne Smith are the openers for WI-L. Nuwan Kulashekara with the new ball for SL-L
The tail has wagged and wagged hard for Sri Lanka and it has reached a more than decent score of 172. Brilliant fightback from the Lankans with all of its lower order batter contributing.
Sri Lanka loses Jeevan Mendis just when he had started firing. Devendra Bishoo is the one who got him. Jeevan Mendis b Bishoo 25 (15b 3x4 1x6). Ishan Jayaratne too falls, to a runout, and SL-L is in deep trouble. Ishan Jayaratne run out (Taylor/†Perkins)
Sri Lanka is getting its boundaries but is paying off for them using regular wickets. Ishan Jayaratne has been in terrific touch so far. Meanwhile, all WI-L bowlers deployed so far has got a wicket apiece.
Sanath Jayasuriya lbw b Santokie 26 (19b 3x4 ) That one swung out of the way of Jayasuriya’s swing and that is the end of the opener’s stint with the bat.
Udawatte begins with a few boundaries before he was given caught out against Powell. Jayasuriya has motored on since and has put Sri Lanka ahead in the contest. Some masterful boundaries from the destructive southpaw.
Sri Lanka opens with Sanath Jayasuriya and Mahela Udawatte. Daren Powell with the new ball for the West Indies.
Here is all you need to know about the match.
When will the Road Safety World Series 2022 match between Sri Lanka Legends (SL-L) and West Indies Legends (WI-L) be played?
The Road Safety World Series 2022 match between Sri Lanka Legends and West Indies Legends will take place on September 30, Friday.
Where will the Road Safety World Series 2022 match Sri Lanka Legends (SL-L) vs West Indies Legends (WI-L) be played?
The match between Sri Lanka Legends and West Indies Legends will be played at Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium in Raipur.
What time will the Road Safety World Series 2022 match Sri Lanka Legends (SL-L) vs West Indies Legends (WI-L) begin?
The match between Sri Lanka Legends and West Indies Legends will begin at 7:30 pm IST.
Will there be live streaming available for Sri Lanka Legends (SL-L) vs West Indies Legends (WI-L) match?
Sri Lanka Legends vs West Indies Legends match will be streamed live on the Voot and JIOTV app and website.
Sri Lanka Legends (SL-L) vs West Indies Legends (WI-L) Predicted Playing XIs
Sri Lanka Legends Predicted XI: Mahela Udawatte, Tillakaratne Dilshan (c), Upul Tharanga (wk), Jeevan Mendis, Chamara Silva, Sanath Jayasuriya, Dilshan Munaweera, Asela Gunaratne, Isuru Udana, Nuwan Kulasekara, Ishan Jayaratne
West Indies Legends Predicted XI: Dwayne Smith, William Perkins (wk), Narsingh Deonarine, Kirk Edwards (c), Danza Hyatt, Dave Mohammed, Jerome Taylor, Krishmar Santokie, Daren Powell, Sulieman Benn, Devendra Bishoo
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