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Srilanka vs Bangladesh – Asia Cup ODI 2023

“Battle of the Titans: Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh – Asia Cup ODI Clash”

The highly anticipated Asia Cup ODI 2023 match between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh is set to be a thrilling encounter. Both teams will showcase their skills and compete for glory in one of the most prestigious cricket tournaments in Asia.

Team Preparations and Squad Analysis:

Both Sri Lanka and Bangladesh have been working diligently to prepare for the Asia Cup ODI 2023. The teams have carefully selected their squads, comprising a mix of experienced players and promising young talents. Each team’s strategy and squad composition will play a crucial role in determining the outcome of this exciting clash.

“Battling for Glory: Sri Lanka vs. Bangladesh – Asia Cup 2023”

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In this paragraph, the ODI Asia Cup 2023 is set to showcase thrilling cricket action as two powerhouses of the sport, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, lock horns in a highly anticipated showdown. Moreover, this prestigious tournament will see these cricketing giants competing for supremacy, making it a must-watch event for cricket enthusiasts worldwide. Furthermore, with both teams boasting formidable line-ups and a history of intense clashes, the 2023 Asia Cup promises to deliver high-stakes drama and unforgettable moments on the cricket field. Additionally, join us as we witness the battle for regional supremacy and witness the emergence of new cricketing legends in this exciting tournament.

Bangladesh squad:

Litton Das, Tanzid Tamim, Najmul Hossain Shanto, Towhid Hridoy, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mohammad Naim Sheikh, Taskin Ahmed, Mustafizur Rahman, Shoriful Islam, Tanzim Sakib (replaces Ebadot Hossain), Hasan Mahmud, Nasum Ahmed.

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Sri Lanka Squad:

Pathum Nissanka and Dimuth Karunaratne lead Sri Lanka’s batting charge.

Kusal Mendis, the wicketkeeper, adds stability to their middle order.

Sadeera Samarawickrama and Charith Asalanka provide depth to the lineup.

Dhananjaya de Silva’s all-round skills bolster the team’s capabilities.

Dasun Shanaka captains the side, bringing leadership and firepower.

Dunith Wellalage and Mahesh Theekshana offer promising young talent.

Kasun Rajitha and Matheesha Pathirana lead the pace attack.

Dushan Hemantha, Pramod Madushan, and Binura Fernando provide bowling options Kusal Perera’s experience and skills contribute to Sri Lanka’s strength.

Key Players to Watch Out For:

In any cricket match, certain players can influence the outcome with their exceptional performances. For Sri Lanka, seasoned campaigners like Dimuth Karunaratne, Kusal Perera, and Lasith Malinga will be key figures to watch out for. On the other hand, Bangladesh will rely on the likes of Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, and Mustafizur Rahman to make a significant impact on the game.

Venue and Pitch Conditions:

The Asia Cup ODI 2023 match between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will be hosted at a neutral venue. The pitch conditions will play a crucial role in determining the game’s outcome. Both teams will need to adapt quickly to the conditions and formulate their strategies accordingly to maximize their chances of success.


Sri Lanka Bangladesh Sri Lanka 91 runs Colombo (RPS) (1004) Jul 26, 2019 ODI # 4193
Sri Lanka Bangladesh Sri Lanka 7 wickets Colombo (RPS) (1004) Jul 28, 2019 ODI # 4194
Sri Lanka Bangladesh Sri Lanka 122 runs Colombo (RPS) (1004) Jul 31, 2019 ODI # 4195
Bangladesh Sri Lanka Bangladesh 33 runs Mirpur (2025) May 23, 2021 ODI # 4290
Bangladesh Sri Lanka Bangladesh 103 runs Mirpur (2025) May 25, 2021 ODI # 4291
Bangladesh Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 97 runs Mirpur (2025) May 28, 2021 ODI # 4292
Sri Lanka Bangladesh Sri Lanka 5 wickets Pallekele (2503) Aug 31, 2023 ODI # 4629
Sri Lanka Bangladesh Sri Lanka 21 runs Colombo (RPS) (1004) Sep 9, 2023 ODI # 4637

Asia Cup Match previews:

Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka
257/9 (50.0)
236/10 (48.1)
Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by 21 runs

Sri Lanka emerged victorious with a 21-run win.

The defending Asia Cup champions, Sri Lanka, secured a 21-run victory over Bangladesh, concluding the match with 11 balls to spare. This marks their second triumph over Bangladesh in the tournament, with the previous win occurring during the group stage.

Notably, today’s win extends Sri Lanka’s impressive streak to 13 consecutive ODI victories, making it the second-longest streak in their cricketing history.

48.1 overs. Bangladesh 236 all out!

Nasum is cleanly bowled by Pathirana’s impeccable yorker, sealing the conclusion of Bangladesh’s innings!

48 overs. 236-9

Nasum swings the bat vigorously, sending the ball soaring for a six. Theekshana finishes the over with 12 runs. Bangladesh now requires 22 runs from the remaining 12 balls.

47 overs. 224-9

Bangladesh’s final player, Hasan, impressively strikes Pathirana for two consecutive fours. What an incredible display of determination!

Bangladesh is fighting to hold on for a potential win, with a requirement of 34 runs from the remaining 18 balls

46.1 overs. 216-9, Shoriful out!

Cleaned bowled! Pathirana claims his second wicket of the game. Sri Lanka is just one wicket away from sealing victory in Colombo.

46 overs. 216-8

Theekshana takes the ball, giving away seven runs in the over. Bangladesh is relying on their players to score big runs now. With four overs remaining, they require 42 runs for victory.


45 overs. 209-8

Pathirana concedes nine runs from the over, with four of them coming from leg byes. Shoriful and Taskin are on the field for Bangladesh, and they require 49 runs from the remaining 30 balls.

44 overs. 200-8, Taskin out!

Heekshana strikes again! Taskin is sent back, dismissed LBW.

Bangladesh appears to be in a challenging position, with the required run rate increasing and no specialist batter left on the field.

They now require 58 runs from the remaining 36 balls.

43.2 overs.197-7, Hridoy out

A significant breakthrough for Sri Lanka as Hridoy, who held Bangladesh’s highest score of the match with 82 runs, is dismissed LBW by Theekshana. He departs, and this marks a pivotal moment in the game.

Sri Lanka batsman

43 overs. 190-6

Decent over from Pathirana, who concedes seven runs, including a four from Hridoy. Bangladesh needs more of those big hits now, with the run rate reaching nearly 10.

Bangladesh need 67 runs in 42 balls to win

42 overs. 183-6

Theekshana finally gets the breakthrough, making amends for the costly runs he conceded earlier today.

Bangladesh’s required run rate has now reached nine per over. Nasum, a tail-ender, is the next player to step up to bat.

Bangladesh faces the challenge of needing 75 runs from the remaining 48 balls for a potential victory.

 overs. 181-6, Shamim out!

Shamim is trapped LBW by Theekshana. Despite his immediate review, the decision stands, and he heads back to the pavilion.

41 overs. 180-5

Spinner Wellalage completes the over with just three runs conceded. Bangladesh now requires 78 runs from the remaining 54 balls.


40 overs. 177-5

Sri Lanka’s skipper, Shanaka, returns to the bowling attack and concedes just four runs. With 10 overs remaining, Bangladesh needs 81 runs to secure the victory. Hridoy and Shamim will be the key players attempting to lead them to this challenging target. 

39 overs.  173-5

A significant over for Bangladesh as they managed to score 13 runs. Hridoy secures two boundaries off Theekshana.

Now, Bangladesh requires 85 runs from the remaining 11 overs to secure the victory.

38 overs. 160-5

Mushfiqur attempted to play an inside-out shot but only managed to send it to mid-off, resulting in a straightforward catch for Rajitha. This marks a crucial breakthrough for Shanaka on his birthday, securing his third wicket of the match.

Shanaka completes the over with six runs conceded. Meanwhile, Hridoy reaches his well-deserved half-century, and Shamim enters as the next batsman in for Bangladesh.

37.2 overs.  155-5, Mushfiqur out!

Shanaka claims his third wicket of the day as Mushfiqur departs for 29. It was a significant breakthrough for Sri Lanka, and they needed this key wicket.

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37 overs.  154-4

Wellalage concedes just two runs in the over. The required run rate for Bangladesh is steadily rising, approaching 8 runs per over. They now require 104 runs from the remaining 13 overs to secure the victory.

36 overs. Bangladesh 152-4

Captain Shanaka makes a comeback with the ball. The crowd is fervently trying to boost the morale of Sri Lanka, who are eager for a wicket to break Hridoy and Mushfiqur’s impressive 69-run partnership.

 35 overs.  149-4

Hridoy capitalizes on a free hit, smashing a boundary after a no-ball from Pathirana. “Shot!” Mushfiqur cheers from the opposite end, offering encouragement to his young teammate.

It’s an excellent cover for Bangladesh, as they accumulate 10 runs.

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