Britain and Sri Lanka meet at the Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi, India, on Saturday in a vital installation in the Super 10 phase of the ICC World Twenty20. Bunch 1 appears as though it might go last possible minute, with a semi-last compartment conceivably being chosen by net run-rate. Concerning the history books, Sri Lanka have won four of the six past T20 gatherings with England, in spite of the fact that the last triumphed when the countries met in the 2014 version of the competition.
Be that as it may, it was the Sri Lankans who made it out of Group 1 on their approach to winning the trophy in Bangladesh. On the off chance that they need to make it to the knockout stages once more, they have to turn around the outcome from two years prior. While the match will be Sri Lanka’s third group amusement, the England side under Eoin Morgan will be going hard and fast to indent up their third win in an offer to meet all requirements for the semi-finals. Britain, as indicated by unbelievable Sachin Tendulkar’s forecast, is the most loved to be among the four semi-finalists. With two wins out of three, a great win against an exhausted Lankan side won’t just upgrade their odds of elimination round capability additionally turn into a reason for stress for different groups. For England, the competition so far has been a blended sack. On a level Wankhede deck, their batsmen fared well in both matches.
England vs Sri Lanka Prediction Who Will Win 26th March 2016
England Will Win
Britain rolled out a greatly required improvement to their playing XI, acquiring Liam Plunkett set up of Reece Topley in their past match. It won’t shock to see him hold his place, unless England run in with an additional spinner, in which case Liam Dawson is accessible. Sri Lanka will be disillusioned with the way they batted against West Indies and will need to roll out maybe a couple improvements. Dasun Shanaka will be a decent expansion. He has the notoriety of being a hard-hitter and a nice crease up bowler. Any semblance of Shehan Jayasuriya too is accessible, if Sri Lanka need to make their batting a step more grounded.
Both groups have not performed to their potential in this competition as such. This amusement is an absolute necessity win for both sides, all the more so for Sri Lanka, who will pretty much be out of retribution, on the off chance that they lose. Sri Lanka performed inadequately in the Asia Cup T20, in front of the World T20. Lasith Malinga’s damage further added to their burdens. New captain Angelo Mathews will seek after a turnaround and this match against England will be impeccable stage to start. Being shielding champions, Sri Lanka will need to give themselves some shot of holding it.