The third day of Sri Lanka vs New Zealand second Test, fortunately, did not become a victim of rains like the earlier two days and a lot of action was seen on the ground. Dhananjaya de Silva, who was the only Sri Lankan batsman left on the crease at the start of day 3, was able to convert his innings into a memorable century. The batting all-rounder was ultimately dismissed by Trent Boult at the score of 109. Sri Lanka eventually scored 244/10 at the end of first innings. Meanwhile, if you are looking for live streaming, live telecast, and live score details of Sri Lanka vs New Zealand 2nd Test Day 4, you will find it here. NZ 196/4(62.0) | Sri Lanka vs New Zealand Live Cricket Score 2nd Test Match.
New Zealand also performed quite well in the first innings. Before the bad lights forced the match to shut down, Kiwis saw an astonishing century by Tom Latham (111*), who was still at the crease at the stumps. Dilruwan Perera took 2 wickets and also dismissed Jeet Raval for a duck, but Latham's batting took a toll on the home side. With 196-4 at the stumps of Day 3, New Zealand have come out stronger in the match.
When is Sri Lanka vs New Zealand 2nd Test Match Day 4 Scheduled For? (Date, Time & Venue Details)
The day of Sri Lanka vs New Zealand 2nd Test will start from 10 AM (IST) on August 25, 2019. The match is being played at P Sara Oval Cricket Stadium in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Where to Watch the Live Telecast of Sri Lanka vs New Zealand 2nd Test Match Day 4? TV Channels in India
With Sony Pictures Network being the official broadcasters of Sri Lanka vs New Zealand Test series in India, the 2nd Test between both the two nations will live telecast on Sony ESPN and Sony ESPN HD.
Where to Get Free Online Live Streaming of Sri Lanka vs New Zealand 2nd Test Match Day 4?
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The fourth day of SL vs NZ match will witness Sri Lanka striving hard to shut Kiwi’s innings as soon as possible while Kane Williamson side trying to build a great lead. With Sri Lanka leading the two-match Test series 1-0, New Zealand have to win the 2nd Test in order to evade a Test series defeat.