Pakistan VS Sri Lanka 2nd T20 Live Streaming 13 December 2013 -The 2nd T20 match between Pakistan VS Sri Lanka is to be played today 13 December 2013 at Dubai. Watch live streaming of the whole match online at INCPak.
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Bilawal Bhatti finished with acceptable figures despite having bowled the most expensive over in the first match, and he is likely to retain his place in the side, particularly if Pakistan stick with their plan to blood youngsters. Sohaib Maqsood only made 13 but he may also remain in the team for the same reason.
Pakistan (probable): 1 Ahmed Shehzad, 2 Sharjeel Khan, 3 Mohammad Hafeez (capt), 4 Sohaib Maqsood, 5 Umar Akmal (wk), 6 Shahid Afridi, 7 Umar Amin, 8 Bilawal Bhatti , 9 Sohail Tanvir, 10 Saeed Ajmal, 11 Usman Khan/Junaid Khan
Before the series, Sri Lanka had suggested they would like to trial at least one of the rookie spin-bowling allrounders they have brought on tour, and there is a chance they will do so in this match. Lahiru Thirimanne would be the most likely player to make way for either Ramith Rambukwella or Seekkuge Prasanna.
Sri Lanka (probable): 1 Tillakaratne Dilshan, 2 Kusal Perera 3 Kumar Sangakkara (wk), 4 Dinesh Chandimal (capt), 5 Angelo Mathews, 6 Thisara Perera, 7 Lahiru Thirimanne/Ramith Rambukwella/Seekkuge Prasanna 8 Nuwan Kulasekara, 9 Sachithra Senanayake, 10 Lasith Malinga, 11 Ajantha Mendis
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After the first match Shahid Afridi said he had focused on his bowling for the second half of his career, but admitted that consistent returns with the bat would have made him a more valuable asset for Pakistan. Afridi’s innings are often decided by his own mindset. Occasionally he plays sensible knocks that harness his immense talent, but often he is ruled by carelessness, as he attempts low-percentage shots early in his innings. He has tormented Sri Lanka with the bat before, on international debut, and in the 2009 World Twenty20 final, and another good turn might push Pakistan to a series win.
Dinesh Chandimal made his first score over 15 in two years, on Wednesday. How unfortunate for him that the statistic is even worthy of mention. He arrived in 2011 as one of Sri Lanka’s brightest, most ebullient talents, but he has faded rapidly in 2013, particularly after being saddled with the Twenty20 captaincy. He will have another chance to bat in the top four again, and if he can play a significant innings, he may help allay fears that he will be a non-contributing captain in the next World Twenty20.