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Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka 1st ODI - Full Highlights
We move to Hambantota for the first ODI of three between the home team Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh the tourists. This will be the first of a three match ODI series followed by one T20 International. Sri Lanka will want to use the three matches, as their final preparation for the ICC Champions trophy that will be played in June
The Tigers put up a good display in the test series, and even after losing the series 1-0, they will enter the ODI series very confident. They are a much better one day outfit, and will certainly target at least one win in the series. Tamim Iqbal who returned on the second test, will once again be vital at the top of the order, so many times he gets off to a good start, it helps the team set good totals.
Sri Lanka will be very wary not to slip up in this series, as a loss will certainly set them back for the ICC trophy tournament. They will have to be focused, and not be thinking of the upcoming IPL. Kumar Sangakkara and Dinesh Chandimal will be the vital batsmen, as they are the ones who showed the best form in the test series. Lasith Malinga makes a welcome return to the squad for the series, and Bangladesh will have to be very wary of his Yorkers and brilliant death bowling.
Sri Lanka has a good record at Hambantoto, playing seven ODI matches, and winning four. The last completed ODI at the venue was against New Zealand, which was a low scoring affair, with the black caps dismissed for 131, and Sri Lanka chasing down the total in 26 over.
Let’s hope for a surprise from the tigers, and if Sri Lanka win, that they fight for the win, they will certainly appreciate the match practice. They have to be wary though, as Bangladesh cannot be labeled as a minnow side, when it comes to ODI cricket.