Sri Lanka Women Vs Bangladesh Women Live Score (T20)

Date: Monday, 02 March, 2020 05:30 IST Venue: Junction Oval, Melbourne Match Status: Match Ended

Sri Lanka Women beat Bangladesh Women by 9 wickets

91/8
Overs
20.0
R/R
4.55
Fours
8
Sixes
0
Extras
6
Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Salma Khatun (C) not out 2 2 0 0
Bowling 0 M R W
Udeshika Prabodhani 4 0 13 0
Shashikala Siriwardene 4 0 16 4
92/1
Overs
15.3
R/R
6.01
Fours
9
Sixes
2
Extras
7
Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Hasini Perera not out 39 53 5 0
Anushka Sanjeewani (W) not out 16 18 2 0
Bowling 0 M R W
Salma Khatun 3 1 15 0
Panna Ghosh 2 0 18 0
  • What was that? It seemed as if Bangladesh simply did not turn up. There was no intent in scoring and only three batters reached double figures. Sri Lanka were tight in the field and did not allow the Bangladeshis to get away at all. Shashikala Siriwardene, in her final game, finished with 4 wickets. But Dilhari, Prabodhani and Kulasuriya choked the opposition. This should be an easy chase. Stay tuned.
  • Shashikala Siriwardene is down for a chat with Alan Wilkins. On being asked about today's performance, Shashikala says that she is feeling very happy as she could contribute in he final game for her team. On being emotional, Siriwardene admits she was, at the start, but soon got over it. Thanks both teams for giving her the respect. On her retirement decision, Shashikala says that she has played cricket for 17 years, which is nearly 75 percent of her life. States that there are personal priorities in her life and she is getting old. Smiles and says that she wished to have at least one 5-fer in her career but is happy with the same.
  • 19.6 OUT! A run out to end a bizarre innings. Full and outside off, Salma drives this through the covers. The batters should have been running for two and Sultana rightly comes back for the second. But, for some reason, Khatun is not even interested. Both batters are at the bowler's end. The fielder throws it to the bowler who fires it to the keeper. The bails are taken off and BANGLADESH FINISH ON 91/8.
  • 19.5 Flicks this through mid-wicket for one more.
  • 19.4 Full on middle, pushed straight to mid on.
  • 19.3 FOUR! Full and outside off, Salma comes down the track and swings it over mid-wicket. Long on gets across to her right and dives but the ball goes through.
  • 19.2 Full and outside off, swept through square leg for a run.
  • 19.1 DROPPED! Landed outside off, Nigar looks to run it down to third man but hits it straight into the gloves of the keeper. However, the stumper drops it and the ball goes through. A single taken.
  • 18.6 Full and around off, swept off the gloves through fine leg for one. 4-0-16-4 for Siriwardene in her final match. Take a bow. 83/7
  • 18.5 OUT! CAUGHT! Wicket number 4 for Shashikala! Full and outside off, Fahima comes down the track and looks to go big but gets a top edge. Sugandika Kumari takes another catch.
  • 18.4 Outside off, chopped down to point for a run.
  • 18.3 Full and around off again, the sweep is employed but a top edge results. A single taken towards deep mid-wicket.
  • 18.2 Full and around off, worked through mid-wicket for a single.
  • 18.1 OUT! CAUGHT! Third wicket for Siriwardene. Full and outside off, Moni comes down the track and looks to go over mid off but mistimes it pretty badly. Sugandika Kumari runs back and takes a simple catch.
  • 17.6 MISFIELD, FOUR! A rare poor effort in the field today. A length ball, Sultana punches it down the ground. Mid off gets to it but fumbles. The ball goes behind and the fielder recovers, only to fumble again while trying to retrieve the ball. 10 from the over. 79/5
  • 17.5 FOUR! BLAST! A short ball, around off, Nigar comes down the track and hammers it over mid off for a boundary!
  • 17.4 Oops... nearly a return catch! A short ball, outside off, NS looks to pull but the ball barely comes off the surface. Takes the toe end back to the bowler but lands short.
  • 17.3 A length ball, outside off, swung towards deep mid-wicket for just a run.
  • 17.2 Full and wide outside off, Nigar throws her bat at it and gets a thick outside edge which flies over point. A single taken.
  • 17.1 A length ball, outside off, Sultana looks to cut but misses. Beaten by pace.
  • Achini Kulasuriya returns. 2-0-9-2 so far.
  • 16.6 Full and outside off, Moni runs it down to short third man and sets off for a single but is sent back. 69/5
  • 16.5 Tossed up outside off, driven gloriously, coming down the track but straight to short extra cover.
  • 16.4 Full and outside off, driven through mid off for a run.
  • 16.3 Down the leg side, tickled fine for a single.
  • 16.2 Comes down the track and sweeps it through mid-wicket. Good effort in the deep, ensures that it is just a couple.
  • 16.1 Full and around off, driven back to the bowler.
  • 15.6 Comes down the track and drives it down the ground but short extra cover dives and prevents any run. That is the end of Kavisha Dilhari. 4-0-13-1. 65/5
  • 15.5 Full and around off, pushed back to the bowler.
  • 15.4 Comes down the track but is not to the pitch of the ball. Defends.
  • 15.3 Full and outside off, pretty wide, driven through the covers for a single.
  • 15.2 This time she hangs back and looks to tap and run towards point but the fielder comes in pretty quickly.
  • 15.1 Full and outside off, Moni comes down the track and drives it straight to short extra cover.
  • 14.6 Short, stays low, pulled to deep mid-wicket for one more. 64/5
  • 14.5 Full and outside off, driven straight to cover.
  • 14.4 Full and outside off, driven through the covers for a run.
  • 14.3 Comes down the track and hacks it through mid-wicket. Just a single.
  • 14.2 Full on middle, pushed towards the bowler.
  • 14.1 Outside off, punched off the back foot for a single.
  • The captain now. Here comes Chamari Atapattu. A bit late today.
  • 13.6 Works this through mid-wicket for a run. 60/5
  • 13.5 Full and around off, pushed back to the bowler.
  • 13.4 Flicks this through the leg side for a single.
  • 13.3 Full and outside off, pushed towards cover for a quick single. The bowler herself goes after it, picks the ball, turns and has a shy at the bowler's end. Misses, but the batter was well in.
  • 13.2 Outside off, driven back to the bowler.
  • 13.1 Full and outside off, driven straight to cover.
  • Ritu Moni walks in next at number 7, replacing Rumana.
  • 12.6 OUT! CAUGHT! Another wicket for the woman in her final T20I. Full and around off, Rumana gets down and looks to sweep but gets a top edge which goes straight to short fine leg. Udeshika Prabodhani makes no mistake. Half the side is down. 57/5
  • 12.5 Landed outside off, driven back to Shashikala.
  • 12.4 Full and around off, pushed back to the bowler.
  • 12.3 Landed outside off, watchfully defended.
  • 12.2 Outside off, Rumana looks to run it down to third man but misses.
  • 12.1 Full and outside off, pushed through the covers for a single.
  • Shashikala Siriwardene is back on. 2-0-11-1 so far.
  • Rumana Ahmed walks in at number 6, replacing Fargana.
  • 11.6 OUT! LBW! Given Fargana's confidence, one felt that there was bat. But nope. Full and in line of the stumps, Fargana got down to sweep but missed. She was hit flush on the pads and at that moment itself, one felt it was plumb. Hoque immediately took the review though. No spike on the Ultra Edge. Ball Tracker shows it to be spinning down the leg side but just about clipping the outer half of leg stump. Not a bad review. It is retained but the batter is gone. A decent 31-run stand has been broken. 56/4
  • Fargana has been adjudged LBW! She takes the review immediately. Was there bat? Not according to the replays or Ultra Edge. Ball Tracker shows it to be clipping leg stump, so the decision stays as it is.
  • 11.6 WIDE. Full and around off, Sultana looks to flick but the ball spins past the pad and beats the keeper. Wide signalled as the batters take a single.
  • 11.5 FOUR! Glorious shot. Full and outside off, Sultana comes down the track and lofts it with ease over extra cover.
  • 11.4 Full and around off, watchfully defended.
  • 11.3 Comes down the track and slices this straight to point. Lands short.
  • 11.2 Full and outside off, slogged past a diving short mid-wicket for a single towards long on. 50 UP FOR BANGLADESH. 50 balls left.
  • 11.1 Full and around off, watchfully defended.
  • 10.6 Full and around off, watchfully pressed forward for a single. 10 from the over. 49/3
  • 10.5 On middle and leg, flicked through mid-wicket for a run.
  • 10.5 WIDE. Full and down the leg side, sweep shot missed.
  • 10.4 FOUR! Delightful shot. Full and outside off, Nigar gets her dancing shoes on, reaches the pitch of the ball and lofts it inside out over cover.
  • 10.3 Full and around middle, eased down to long on for one.
  • 10.2 Outside off, eased through the covers for a run.
  • 10.1 Full on middle, pushed through mid on for a single.
  • 9.6 Full and around off, pushed back to the bowler. 39/3 at the halfway stage. 39/3
  • 9.5 Low, dipping full toss, swept through square leg for a run.
  • 9.4 Around off, watchfully defended.
  • 9.3 Full and around off, Sultana comes down the track and drives it towards mid off for a quick single.
  • 9.2 Full and outside off, swept powerfully but straight to square leg.
  • 9.1 Full and around middle, watchfully defended.
  • Kavisha Dilhari into the attack as well.
  • 8.6 This is pushed down to wide long on for one more. 37/3
  • 8.5 Full and outside off, driven through mid off for a run.
  • 8.4 Fuller, just outside off, well defended.
  • 8.3 Outside off, punched off the back foot.
  • 8.2 Landed outside off, Fargana looks to defend but gets a thick inside edge onto her pads.
  • 8.1 Full on middle, pushed towards mid on.
  • Sugandika Kumari to bowl now.
  • 7.6 Outside off, left alone. 35/3
  • 7.5 Outside off, dabbed to third man for one.
  • 7.4 FOUR! BLAST! A short ball, on middle, Fargana pulls it through mid-wicket for a boundary!
  • 7.3 Full and outside off, driven through the covers for a run.
  • 7.2 Down the leg side, flicked through mid-wicket for a single.
  • 7.1 Outside off, played towards point. There is a bit of a mix-up but all is well in the end.
  • 6.6 Full and outside off, pushed towards third man for a run. Prabodhani is done, with 4 overs on the trot. 4-0-13-0. 28/3
  • 6.5 Full on middle and leg, flicked through mid-wicket for a single.
  • 6.4 NOT OUT. Review gone. Full and outside off, angling away, Nigar reaches out to push but misses. The bowler and keeper get excited but the umpire is unmoved. There is a lot of chitchat and eventually, the review is taken. Ultra Edge shows nothing.
  • Is that another wicket? Prabodhani is confident that Nigar has nicked this. Atapattu takes the review. Nothing on the Ultra Edge.
  • 6.3 Full and outside off, pushed straight to cover.
  • 6.2 Outside off, another play and a miss.
  • 6.1 Full and outside off, Sultana looks to push but misses.
  • 5.6 A length ball, outside off, Hoque looks to defend but gets a thick inside edge onto her pads. 26/3 in the Powerplay. Sensational start by Sri Lanka! 26/3
  • 5.6 WIDE. A short ball, down the leg side, Fargana looks to pull but misses. The bowler thinks there is glove involved and wants the review. The captain comes in but then is advised not to take the review. Ultra Edge detects nothing.
  • Fargana Hoque walks in at number 5, on the final ball of the Powerplay.
  • 5.5 OUT! LBW! Three down in the Powerplay! Kulasuriya has two in the over. A length ball, outside off, Ayasha looks to defend but the ball comes back in off the seam and hits her on the pads. Kulasuriya appeals, the umpire takes her time and eventually raises her finger. Rahman is not too sure. She walks down the pitch, has a long chat with Sultana and then signals for the review. But she is TIMED OUT. Ball Tracker shows that it would have been umpire's call on hitting the stumps. Clipping the bails.
  • 5.4 A short ball, pulled through mid-wicket for a single.
  • 5.3 Outside off, left alone.
  • 5.2 On a length outside off, Sultana feels for it but misses.
  • Nigar Sultana walks in now.
  • 5.1 OUT! CAUGHT BEHIND! Kulasuriya strikes with her first ball. Not her best but she will take it. Short and wide outside off, there to be hit and Sanjida slashes hard. But there is no foot movement and the result is a thin outside edge. The ball dies on its way to the keeper but Anushka Sanjeewani dives low and to her right to snaffles it.
  • Achini Kulasuriya to bowl the final over of the Powerplay.
  • 4.6 Full and around off, watchfully defended. 24/1
  • 4.5 Another single taken down leg.
  • 4.4 Works this down the leg side for a run.
  • 4.3 Full and outside off, pushed through mid off for one.
  • 4.2 Full and down the leg side, flicked through fine leg. Harshitha Madavi gets across from deep backward square leg and dives, stopping the ball. Two runs taken.
  • 4.1 On middle, punched towards mid on for a quick single.
  • 3.6 Outside off, punched towards mid on for a quick single. 11 from the over. 18/1
  • 3.5 MISSES THE STUMPS! Lot of turn. Full and outside off, Islam gets across, looks to sweep but misses this time. The ball spins past the leg stump and the blinded keeper cannot do much. The ball goes between her legs. Good stop by short fine leg.
  • 3.4 FOUR! Excellent batting. Full and in line of the stumps, a bit quicker as well, Sanjida again gets across and sweeps it powerfully through square leg. There is a fielder in the deep who runs barely 10 paces to her right but the ball races past her!
  • 3.3 Outside off, no pace to work with, watchfully defended.
  • 3.2 FOUR! Terrific shot. Full and outside off, Sanjida reaches out and sweeps it through mid-wicket for a boundary!
  • 3.1 Full on middle, nicely played down the ground to long on for a single.
  • 2.6 Full and outside off, driven straight to cover. 7/1
  • 2.5 Down the leg side, played straight to short mid-wicket.
  • 2.4 Outside off, driven straight to mid off.
  • 2.3 Full and around middle, flicked through mid-wicket for a run.
  • 2.2 On middle, driven straight to mid on.
  • 2.1 Down the leg side, flicked away for a single.
  • 1.6 Full and outside off, driven straight to cover. 5/1
  • 1.5 Full and around off, watchfully defended.
  • Sanjida Islam walks in at number 3, replacing Murshida Khatun.
  • 1.4 OUT! CAUGHT! The accuracy of Siriwardene is terrific. Full and around off, Murshida looks to play the slog sweep but gets a massive top edge. The ball is high in the air and Hasini Perera from first slip calls for it. She runs towards leg slip, loses it in the air as the ball swirls but then manages to take it in the end with a dive. Early strike then.
  • 1.3 Full and around off, Ayasha gets across and looks to flick but misses. The ball goes off her pads towards fine leg and a leg bye is taken.
  • 1.2 Around off, watchfully defended.
  • 1.1 Full on middle and leg, flicked wide of mid on for a single.
  • Shashikala Siriwardene to bowl from the other end.
  • 0.6 Outside off, driven sweetly through the covers but just a single. 3/0
  • 0.5 Full and outside off, driven straight to mid off.
  • This does not look good at all. Umesha Thimashini is clutching her left shoulder and the physio is out in the middle. The hand is barely moving. This is looking really, really bad. And THIMASHINI IS GOING OFF.
  • 0.4 Quick single but what has happened here? Umesha Thimashini is on the ground, yelping in pain. Ayasha pushed this down the ground and called for a quick single. Thimashini charged across from mid off and looked to dive but in the process, lost her balance and almost did a somersault. Deadly scenes.
  • 0.3 DIRECT HIT WOULD HAVE BEEN CURTAINS! Full on middle, Murshida pushes it towards mid on and makes a late call for the single. The fielder charges onto the ball, has a shy at the bowler's end but misses. Khatun would have been gone.
  • 0.2 On middle, pushed straight to mid on.
  • 0.1 Full and outside off, driven straight to cover.
  • The national anthems are done and the players take their positions on the field. Ayasha Rahman and Murshida Khatun are the Bangladesh openers. Udeshika Prabodhani, left-arm fast medium, to start off proceedings against Khatun. Here we go...
  • Time for the national anthems. Bangladesh's first.
  • PITCH REPORT - Anjum Chopra near the deck states that this is a fresh pitch. Believes that it will be a very good one for batting.
  • Sri Lanka Women (Playing XI) - Chamari Atapattu (C), Umesha Thimashini, Hasini Perera, Harshitha Madavi, Anushka Sanjeewani (WK), Shashikala Siriwardene, Nilakshi de Silva, Kavisha Dilhari, Sugandika Kumari (IN FOR HANSIMA KARUNARATNE), Udeshika Prabodhani and Achini Kulasuriya (IN FOR SATHYA SANDEEPANI).
  • Bangladesh Women (Playing XI) - Murshida Khatun, Ayasha Rahman, Sanjida Islam (IN FOR SOBHANA MOSTARY), Nigar Sultana (WK), Fargana Hoque, Rumana Ahmed, Ritu Moni, Fahima Khatun, Salma Khatun (C), Panna Ghosh and Nahida Akter (IN FOR JAHANARA ALAM).
  • Sri Lankan skipper, Chamari Atapattu, says that she was anyway looking to bowl first, so is happy. States that she is very confident about her bowling unit, especially Shashikala Siriwardene. Informs that there are two changes to the side, with Achini Kulasuriya and Sugandika Kumari coming in. Agrees that this is a very big game for them and wants to beat Bangladesh and go back home with a win.
  • Bangladesh captain, Salma Khatun says that the weather and wicket, both are good, hence the reason to bat first. Informs that there are two changes. Remembers that Jahanara Alam is sitting out and Nahida Akter comes in her place, but forgets the other change. Says that this is their last game and wants to sign off with a win.
  • TOSS - Time for the spin of the coin. Sri Lanka are the home team, so Chamari Atapattu will flip the coin. Heads is the call from Salma Khatun and it is a head. BANGLADESH WILL BAT FIRST.
  • It is quarter-finals day! Well, not in entirety. The tournament is reaching its dying stages and all eyes would be on the Australia-New Zealand encounter, to decide who would be the second semi-finalist, joining India. But first up, is a dead rubber, between two Asian sides - Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Both have been average in this tournament and would love to end it with a win, or at least bow out with some fight. Hello and a warm welcome to Match 17 from the Junction Oval in Melbourne.

Sri Lanka Women Vs Bangladesh Women Live Score (T20) Ball by Ball Commentary

  • Right! This game is out of the way. Now, the match which the whole of Australia would be eagerly waiting for. And perhaps, the semi-finalists from Group B - Australia versus New Zealand. Do not be surprised if the number of Kiwi supporters outdo the Aussie ones. That game begins at 3 pm local (0400 GMT). Do join us for that quarter-final.
  • Victorious Sri Lankan skipper, Chamari Atapattu, is very happy with this win. Says that this was a very tough game for them but the batters and bowlers did well. On the emotions pouring out in the final game of Shashikala Siriwardene, Atapattu says that she will miss her, calling Shashikala her big sister. Tears flow down her cheeks as she remembers the support given by Shashikala to her and says that she has retired as a champion.
  • Bangladesh captain, Salma Khatun, says that the batting was not great while the fielding was poor. But reckons that the team is good, albeit not performing. On future plans, Salma says that they will rest for a while now, back at home and then play League cricket.
  • SHASHIKALA SIRIWARDENE HAS BEEN NAMED THE PLAYER OF THE MATCH, in her final game. Suppresses her tears and says that it is not easy to leave the sport after playing for 17 years, hence the emotions. States that she will miss the team and the generations which played with her. Thanks everyone for protecting her and nursing her injuries, which is why she could play for so long. On future plans, Shashikala says that she will be in touch with the game and will look to contribute in some way. On fond memories, she remembers her late father and dedicates her entire career to him. Then her mother and now, her husband, for supporting her to play cricket post marriage. Then, she remembers her coaches through childhood and the physios, coaches, etc... Comes down to media support, fans, etc.. and hopes that they will continue to support the team. Thanks all her captains and wishes Chamari Atapattu all the best for the future.
  • Forgetful way to end the tournament for Bangladesh. They gave their best in their first game but then slipped from the next. They gave India a run for their money, were hammered by Australia, blew up a simple run chase against New Zealand and looked listless here. Apart from Ritu Moni, no one even looked like taking a wicket. Please stay tuned to find what the captain thinks about the game...
  • Earlier in the day, a disciplined bowling performance saw Sri Lanka restrict Bangladesh to just 91. The fielding was impressive, something which we did not see at all in the previous three games. Did the fact that there was no pressure in this dead rubber, enable them to give their best?
  • Why below-par? Because the performance in this game was not seen in any of their previous ones. The batting has all been about Chamari Atapattu but in this match, the batting showed its true potential. Hasini Perera started the attack and then Anushka Sanjeewani played beautifully.
  • Wooden spoon avoided by Sri Lanka. They have earned their biggest T20I win, in terms of wickets and it is a fitting send-off to the legend Shashikala Siriwardene. A consolation win in a below-par tournament.
  • 15.3 FOUR! That is the game. Full and around off, Hasini gets down and across and paddles it over the keeper to the fine leg fence. SRI LANKA WIN BY 9 WICKETS AND 27 BALLS TO SPARE!
  • 15.2 Punches this off the back foot for a single towards deep mid-wicket.
  • 15.1 Full and outside off, slog swept to deep mid-wicket for a single.
  • Nahida Akter to bowl out now. 3-0-12-1 so far.
  • 14.6 Works this down the leg side for a single. 86/1
  • 14.5 Landed outside off, played straight to point.
  • 14.4 Full and outside off, Hasini looks to slog but misses. The keeper too, misses the ball and concedes a couple of byes.
  • 14.3 Outside off, Perera looks to cut but misses.
  • 14.2 Full and outside off, swept through mid-wicket for a single. 9 more needed from 34 balls now.
  • 14.1 Short and outside off, cut through point where a diving stop prevents a boundary.
  • The skipper is back on. Salma Khatun has figures of 2-1-12-0 so far.
  • 13.6 Full and around off, well defended. 81/1
  • 13.5 Outside off, punched towards cover for one more.
  • 13.4 Full and outside off, watchfully defended.
  • 13.3 Short and outside off, punched through the covers for a single.
  • 13.2 FOUR! Bad ball. Short and outside off, Sanjeewani rocks back and cuts it through the covers. The fielder races to her left from sweeper, dives and tries to stop the ball but parries it into the ropes.
  • 13.1 Short and outside off, slapped through the covers for a single.
  • Fahima Khatun to bowl for the first time in this game.
  • 12.6 Full and around middle, Hasini comes down the track and drives it through mid on for a single. Moves to 30 from 43 balls. 74/1
  • 12.5 Full and around off, driven back to the bowler.
  • 12.4 Outside off, punched through mid-wicket for a couple.
  • 12.3 Comes down the track and works it through mid-wicket for a single.
  • 12.2 Massive shout for LBW. Turned down. That never looked out. Full and outside off, Sanjeewani reached out and looked to sweep but missed and was hit on the pads. Impact was miles outside off.
  • 12.1 Full and outside off, pushed through the covers for a single.
  • 11.6 On middle, pushed through mid on for a run. 10 from the over. 69/1
  • 11.5 FOUR! Full and outside off, Hasini gets across, reaches out and drags the sweep over mid-wicket!
  • 11.4 Full and around middle, pushed towards mid on.
  • 11.3 Outside off, punched off the back foot for a single.
  • 11.2 FOUR! Nicely done. Full and outside off, Sanjeewani gets down and across and paddles it over short fine leg!
  • 11.1 Outside off, played straight to point.
  • 10.6 Full and around off, well defended. 59/1
  • 10.6 Average cricket. Full and miles outside off, outside the pitch, Perera looks to drive but misses. The keeper fumbles and concedes a couple.
  • 10.5 Full and outside leg, Hasini looks to sweep but gets hit on the pads.
  • 10.4 Down the leg side, swept away again for a run.
  • 10.3 Full and down the leg side, swept through mid-wicket for a couple.
  • 10.2 Works it through the leg side for a quick single.
  • 10.1 Full and around middle, watchfully defended.
  • Rumana Ahmed into the attack now.
  • 9.6 Full and outside off, eased straight to point. 52/1
  • 9.5 Full and around off, watchfully defended.
  • 9.4 Short and outside off, cut straight to point.
  • 9.3 Landed outside off, played straight to point.
  • 9.2 Outside off, tapped straight to point.
  • 9.1 Full on middle, pushed down to long on for a single.
  • 8.6 Full and outside off, driven straight to cover. 51/1
  • Anushka Sanjeewani walks in at number 3, replacing her skipper.
  • 8.5 OUT! STUMPED! Well, you cannot blame Atapattu or anyone else if they have got the shock of their lives. It seemed a totally harmless appeal and looked as if it was referred upstairs just for the sake of it. But good that the technology was used. Full and outside off, Atapattu looked to drive this through the off side but missed. The keeper whipped the bails off and appealed. But the umpire, almost disinterested, referred it upstairs. However, the first replay showed that the foot was on the line! End of a fine opening stand.
  • Stumping appeal! But no one looks really interested. Referred upstairs. Dear me, looks tight. The foot is not inside and Atapattu might be out!
  • 8.4 SIX! Glorious shot. Full and outside off, Atapattu comes down the track and lofts it over long off! 50-RUN OPENING STAND COMES UP. 41 more needed from 68 balls. Atapattu moves to 30 from 21 balls.
  • 8.3 Outside off, Atapattu looks to drive but misses.
  • 8.2 Full and outside off, Hasini gets a long way across and sweeps it through mid-wicket for a single.
  • 8.1 Landed outside off, Perera looks to run it down to third man but misses.
  • 7.6 Full and around middle, pushed through to long on for a single. 44/0
  • 7.5 Full and around off, driven back to the bowler.
  • 7.4 Outside off, too full, driven towards cover again.
  • 7.3 Full and around off, driven straight to short extra cover.
  • 7.2 FOUR! Risky but effective. Full and on middle, Hasini gets across and paddles it over the keeper to the fine leg fence.
  • 7.1 Full and outside off, driven straight to mid off.
  • 6.6 Landed outside off, dabbed to short third man for one. 39/0
  • 6.5 Outside off, punched off the back foot for a single.
  • 6.4 Outside off, a play and a miss. The keeper fumbles and the batters take a bye.
  • 6.3 Full and around off, Perera looks to defend but gets a thick inside edge onto her pads.
  • 6.2 Outside off, a play and a miss.
  • 6.1 Full and around off, Atapattu comes down the track and drives it down the ground for a single.
  • 5.6 Full and outside off, pushed straight to cover. 35/0 in the Powerplay, Bangladesh were 26/3 at this stage. 35/0
  • 5.5 Outside off, punched off the back foot.
  • 5.4 Huge shout for LBW! Turned down. Atapattu looked to slog this but missed. She was hit on the pads and an appeal ensued but the umpire said not out. The review was taken but Ball Tracker showed it to be pitching outside leg.
  • 5.3 Landed outside off, played through point for a single.
  • 5.2 Full and outside off, driven through mid off for a single.
  • 5.1 Full and outside off, driven straight to cover.
  • 4.6 Down the leg side, flick shot missed. Is hit on the pads. 32/0
  • 4.5 Full and around off, watchfully defended.
  • 4.4 Full on middle, driven towards long on for a run.
  • 4.3 Dropped short, pulled through mid-wicket for a single.
  • 4.2 Around off, watchfully blocked out.
  • 4.1 Full and around off, well defended.
  • 3.6 Works this down the leg side for a couple. 30/0
  • 3.5 Outside off, a play and a miss.
  • 3.4 FOUR! Fine shot. Full and outside off, Chamari drives this through mid off for a boundary!
  • 3.3 FOUR! Short and wide outside off, Atapattu punches it wide of mid off!
  • 3.2 Full and outside off, dabbed to short third man.
  • 3.1 Works this down the leg side for a single.
  • 2.6 Outside off, played through point for a single. 19/0
  • 2.5 FOUR! Short and outside off, Hasini gets across and and paddles it powerfully through fine leg!
  • 2.4 Wide outside off, left alone.
  • 2.3 Full and outside off, driven beautifully through the covers for a couple. Not exactly. Just a single taken. Poor running.
  • 2.2 Outside off, punched off the back foot.
  • 2.1 SIX! BLUDGEONED! That's Atapattu for you. Full and outside off, the skipper gets down and slog sweeps this miles over mid-wicket!
  • 1.6 FOUR! Short and around off, Hasini gets across and paddles it through fine leg! 7/0
  • 1.5 This is flicked away for a single.
  • 1.4 Chips this over mid on for a couple.
  • 1.3 Full and outside off, well defended.
  • 1.2 DROPPED! Full and outside off, Atapattu looks to loft this over mid off but Fargana Hoque puts it down.
  • 1.1 Landed outside off, dabbed straight to short third man.
  • 0.6 Full and outside off, Perera looks to run it down to third man but misses. The keeper collects and appeals but to no avail. A MAIDEN TO START. 0/0
  • 0.5 Landed outside off, no pace to work with, guided straight to first slip.
  • 0.4 Full and outside off, pushed straight to cover.
  • 0.3 DROPPED! Short and outside off, Hasini looks to cut but gets a thick outside edge. However, the keeper puts it down.
  • 0.2 Outside off, Perera gets across and looks to paddle but misses.
  • 0.1 Full and outside off, driven straight to cover.
  • The players are back out in the middle. Chamari Atapattu and Hasini Perera are the openers for Sri Lanka. Salma Khatun will start off proceedings to Perera. Here we go...

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IPL 2020 POINTS TABLE

Pos. Team P W L D Pts.
1
Chennai
0 0 0 0 0
2
Delhi
0 0 0 0 0
3
Kolkata
0 0 0 0 0
4
Punjab
0 0 0 0 0
5
Mumbai
0 0 0 0 0
6
Bangalore
0 0 0 0 0
7
Rajasthan
0 0 0 0 0
8
Hyderabad
0 0 0 0 0
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Rank Team Points Rating
1 India 5211 116
2 New Zealand 3959 110
3 Australia 4320 108
4 England 5253 105
5 South Africa 3537 98
6 Sri Lanka 4191 91
Rank Team Points Rating
1 England 6967 124
2 India 7939 118
3 New Zealand 5347 116
4 South Africa 5602 112
5 Australia 5915 110
6 Pakistan 5019 98
Rank Team Points Rating
1 Pakistan 8926 270
2 Australia 7815 269
3 England 6407 267
4 India 12141 264
5 South Africa 6220 259
6 New Zealand 7114 245