Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka Live Stream 2014 Asia Cup
Watch Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka Cricket Asia Cup live Online
Bangladesh will be hosting Sri Lanka for all format series starting from 26 January 2014 which will start with two test matches, 2 T20 games and 3 ODI matches. After that both teams will go straight into the ASIA Cup in Bangladesh and after that is T20 World Cup in Bangladesh So its great couple of months cricket coming up. We will be showing Live action of Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka series here just like we did back in Banglades-Newzealand.
Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh 2014 ASIA Cup
Date: 06 March 2014 – Time: 08:00 GMT
Venue: MirPur, Bangladesh
TV Channels: Star Cricket (Asian Countires), WillowTV (North America, USA), Geo Super (Pakistan), SkySports (UK)
Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka Test Series Preview:
Sri Lanka has won the Test series and now we move to shorter format of the game where both sides will be playing 2 T20 matches and three one day match before both start their Asia Cup matches. Tune in here to watch the action live.
Sri Lanka are favourites to begin with, but Bangladesh has show in the past they are not pushovers at home ground and New Zealand had to suffer defeats on two previous visits, Sri Lanka on the other hand are coming into this series on the back of a 1-1 drawn test series against pakistan where they had the upper hand in all test matches apart from last day of the 3rd test match.
Bangladesh do have good spinners to trouble Sri Lanka but it will come down to batting on these batting friendly pitches and Sri Lankan batsman are in good form at the moment.
Players to watch out for ?
Sri Lankan captain Mathews was the man of the series against Pakistan, he scored 416 runs in 3 test matches while Bangldesh have couple of quality spinners and all bangladesh hopes of getting Sri Lanka out are with them.
Bangladesh are a tough team to beat at home, but Sri Lanka are a slightly better side when it comes to test matches in Asian sub-continent wickets. So I can see a 1-0 series win for Sri Lanka but a win for Bangladesh will be a welcome outcome as well.