Asia Cup 2016 Highlights: Watch Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 10th T20 Highlights of Asia Cup 2016 played on 3rd Mar 2016. Sri Lanka vs Pakistan T20 Highlights at Dhaka, Watch Pak vs SL Cricket Highlights on Thu – 4th March 2016.
Cricket Series: Asia Cup 2016
Pakistan Squad: 1 Shahid Afridi (capt.), 2 Mohammad Hafeez, 3 Khurram Manzoor, 4 Sharjeel Khan, 5 Sarfraz Ahmed, 6 Umar Akmal, 7 Shoaib Malik, 8 Imad Wasim, 9 Wahab Riaz, 10 Mohammad Nawaz, 11 Mohammad Amir, 12 Mohammad Irfan
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The Shere Bangla Stadium will host a dead rubber on Friday when Pakistan take on Sri Lanka in the last pool game of the Asia Cup 2016. Both team failed to qualify for the final to be played on Sunday.
Due to the nature of the game, plenty for experimentation can be expected from both sides, as they look to give their reserve strength a go. The fringe players will grab the opportunity with both hands with the World T20 just around the corner. The teams have met on 14 previous occasion in the T20 format, with Pakistan leading the head to head with 9 wins.
The main issue for Pakistan has been that they’ve had brilliant individual performances by their top order, but it’s always one players per game. Collectively they haven’t been able to fire, given their poor results. Akmal, Malik, Ahmed and Hafeez have to work together as a team is they are to gain any success in the upcoming World T20. Rumors are that Afridi and other senior players might get a rest, which should see the likes of Imad Wasim, Wahab Riaz and Mohammad Nawaz get some time out in the middle.
Given the importance of the game, Lasith Malinga will probably not be risked. As is the case with Pakistan, Sri Lanka might give some senior players a rest and Rangana Herath is probably the most deserving having put on solid performances in every match. This might give young leg-spinner Jeffrey Vandersay a game. Tillakaratne Dilshan needs to regain his form, as his poor starts has placed too much pressure on the young and brittle Sri Lankan middle order.
Given the performances the teams have put on this tournament; another low scoring match can be expected. Despite the match being a dead rubber, momentum is still key with the World T20 around the corner, making a win vital.