Today Match Prediction Scotland vs Sri Lanka 1st ODI 2019 Who Will Win Today. Scotland’s tour of 2019 in Sri Lanka We today make 100% sure that the cricket match is predicted by King Babu. Who will win SCO vs SL match today Live score with ball by ball update Cricket toss prediction free
Full description of today’s match prediction
Scotland’s first ODI match of the 2019 Sri Lanka tour is to be played in the Grange Cricket Club, Edinburgh on May 18, 2019. We are today predicting a safe, accurate and accurate match for all matches in England and Pakistan.
Scotland played excellent cricket in the last months. It is happening after a long time that they are playing a series at home. Ritchie Barrington, who is a key player and his team’s all-rounder, is injured and it will be a big loss for them. Now Callham McLoad, Kyle Coetzer and Matthew Cross have to fill Richie Barrington’s place. Callum McLeod is the player who had scored a century against Afghanistan in the last triangular series and fans would expect to see another big one.
This will be the best opportunity for the Sri Lankan team to play some cricket before the World Cup and try to adjust in these circumstances. There will be a test case for this series, Dimut Karunaratne, who was recently appointed as the captain. It would be a good opportunity for them to improve their leadership skills. The Sri Lankan team’s performance was good in the past months. Another victory in this series will increase their confidence. Sri Lanka has selected a young and experienced team for this series.
Sri Lanka ODI history and statistics
Sri Lanka played a total of 838 one-day internationals They won, 381, they lost, 415, tied 5 and their 37 matches ended without any consequences.
Scotland ODI history and statistics
Scotland played 107 ODIs. They won 38, won 62, compared with 1 and Scotland’s 6 matches ended without any results.
Sri Lanka vs Scotland ODI history and statistics
Sri Lanka had faced Scotland in just two ODIs and they won both matches
Favorite team in today’s match prediction
According to our prediction, Sri Lanka is the favorite team to win this match. Following are the reasons for Sri Lanka’s favorite team in this match:
Sri Lanka has a lot of experience compared to Scotland
Berrington’s absence can prove to be too big to fill the side of the house
Sri Lanka bowling unit is much stronger than Scotland
Match of today’s match for both sides
Compared to Scotland, the Sri Lankan team is a well-balanced and experienced team, so the possibility of victory for today’s match for Sri Lanka has increased. The equation of winning opportunities for both teams for today’s match is as follows.
Sri Lanka has 60% chance of winning this match
There is a 40% chance of winning this match in Scotland
Toss prediction in today’s match prediction
Toss will play an important role in this match’s decision. The team who wins the toss can choose to bat first.
Pitch Reports and Conditions
The first ODI between Sri Lanka and Scotland is to be played in Grange Cricket Club, Edinburgh. The pitch of this stadium is excellent for batting and also helps in doing it for the seams.
Weather report for this match
Weather forecast for Edinburgh is not good for this match. There are some occasions of rain but we are hoping there will be some clouds in the sky but there will be rains during this match.
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Full Match Info
Date: Saturday, 18th May 2019
Time: 10:00 AM GMT / 11:00 AM LOCAL
Venue Details, Facts, and History
Stadium: Grange Cricket Club
Location: Edinburgh, Scotland
Known as: Raeburn Place; The Citylets Grange
Ends: City End, Park End
Time Zone: UTC +01:00
Home to: Scotland
Other Sports: it is home to Tennis, Squash, and Hockey
Sri Lanka Squad
Dimuth Karunaratne (C), Avishka Fernando, Suranga Lakmal, Lasith Malinga, Angelo Mathews, Jeevan Mendis, Kusal Mendis (W), Thisara Perera, Nuwan Pradeep, Dhananjaya de Silva, Milinda Siriwardana, Lahiru Thirimanne, Isuru Udana and Jeffrey Vandersay.
Kyle Coetzer (C), Dylan Budge, Scott Cameron, George Munsey, Matthew Cross (W), Alasdair Evans, Michael Jones, Tom Sole, Michael Leask, Calum MacLeod, Gavin Main, Safyaan Sharif, Craig Wallace, Mark Watt, and Brad Wheal.