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With this, Australia keeps up their winning streak after beating Sri Lanka comprehensively by 87 runs.
Pat Cummins continues. A couple of dots to start the over. No run on the third ball too. A single and EDGED AND TAKEN and that's the end of Sri Lankan innings. Australia win by 87 runs
Richardson is here to bowl for the next over. No run to start off and Bowls a WIDE. FOUR comes after a couple of balls. Dot to end the over.
Pat Cummins is here to bowl starts off with a dot and then a WIDE. A couple of dot balls to follow. Single comes from the next ball. Misses out on the next ball. Dot to end the over.
So the Aussies are on the verge of winning the game as they are just one wicket away. It would be quite a comprehensive win for the team
So Australia is just wicket away from winning the game as Lasith Malinga departs on 1. Richardson gets the man.
Looks like Australia will continue to maintain their winning streak as this time they get rid of Isuru Udana as he takes an aerial route. Aaron Finch gets that one and he gets OUT on 8.
Starc continues to create havoc with his killer deliveries as he over pitches it slightly and Kusal Medis couldn't resist picking it. Mendis OUT on 30.
Mitchell Starc gets another wicket as he gets the wicket of Thisara Perera. Bowls full and Perera tries to chip it down the ground and hands it over to Warner. Parera OUT on 7.
Sri Lanka has been marred due to excessive rains in England and this has caused them to worry as the team could not play both their games against Pakistan and Afghanistan as this has affected their chances in the World Cup 2019. The team has also been bothered by the facilities made available to them. Yesterday, the Sri Lanka team manager also complained about the same while speaking to the press. They even went on to accuse the ICC about the same. But the International Cricket Council obviously refuted the charges. Sri Lanka vs Australia Cricket Score 20th ODI Match
Defending champions Australia, on the other hand, have been largely unstoppable. The team has only lost one game against India so far in the CWC 2019 World Cup. The team won their last game against Pakistan by 41 runs. The five-time winners are placed second with three wins from four games. With two fifties and a hundred, David Warner has been simply outstanding, helping Australia post 300-plus scores in the last two matches. In the last game also he scored 107 runs against Pakistan and the team had won the match by 41 runs.
Allrounder Marcus Stoinis will be missing out on his second straight match after straining his side last weekend while bowling in the loss to India. He has five more days before Australia's next game against Bangladesh to come right. Mitchell Marsh has joined the squad on standby.