Afghanistan v Sri Lanka Prediction Who will win Feb 22

Afghanistan v Sri Lanka Prediction Who will win Feb 22, AFG vs SL toss prediction tips, weather report, ball by ball cricinfo live cricket scores online today match, teams squad players list, Afg vs Sl next upcoming match in World Cup 2015 match will be held 12th Match, Pool A – Afghanistan v Sri LankaUniversity Oval, Dunedin, Sunday February 22 (50 ovs)11:00 local (22:00 GMT -1d)

Afghanistan v Sri Lanka Prediction Who will win Feb 22Only four years after their initial one-day universal, Afghanistan basically matched their Test-playing rivals and knocked down some pins them out with the last bundle of the innings at a sold-out Manuka Oval.It could have been shockingly better for Afghanistan had it not been for their freshness with the DRS.They neglected to utilize their singular audit when it would have yielded no less than two basic wickets. Bangladesh commander Mashrafe Mortaza won the throw and chose to bat, much to the pleasure of their 8000 or more fans.

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Keeping in mind Mortaza proclaimed his purpose to post a sizeable aggregate on the “great track”, Bangladesh were in no hustle, scoring at a rate of only 4.06 runs every over at the 30-over imprint.

Opening batsman Tamim Iqbal had all the earmarks of being gotten behind for six off the bowling of Hamid Hassan (2-61) in simply the third over. Umpire Steve Davis provided for it not out however an audit would have demonstrated an enormous spike on Snicko replays.

Ashraf did figure out how to reject Iqbal (19) in comparative form as tight lines and length from pacemen Shapoor Zadran (2-20) and Mirwais Ashraf (2-32) became scarce the scoring until the batting powerplay in the 35th over.

Shakib Al Hasan (63 off 51) and wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim (71 off 56) then ventures up in what could be a winning association. Afghanistan again declined to utilize their audit on an alternate Davis choice in the 41st over, with replays indicating they could have had the enormous hitting Rahim out lbw for 41. The Bangladeshi pair soon raised their half hundreds of years inside four bundles of one another. It wasn’t until a rank full-throw from chief Mohammad Nabi in the 48th over that Rahim was at last rejected, striking the ball neatly to midwicket – and the Bangladeshi tail soon emulated.

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