Sri Lanka vs South Africa 2013 ODI Match Series Results

by Sameer Arshad | Posted on Friday, July 26th, 2013 | 15

Sri Lanka Champions Trophy

Sri Lanka will be hosting South AFrica in the bilteral ICC Limited over series, as SOuth AFrica touch down in Sri Lanka starting from 20th July with First ODI of the 5 matches series while at the end of the 50 over series we will have three T20 matches which will be played 2nd August, 4th and 6th August. Here is the schedule of the upcoming games between Sri Lanka and South Africa

[ Watch the first ODI match live streaming online here, we will be placing the link shortly before it all starts on the day. ]

South Africa Tour of Sri Lanka 2013 ODI Series Schedule:

1st Odi – Sri Lanka vs South Africa
Sunday, 20 July 2013 – Time: 09:30 GMT
Venue: Colombo (RPS)

2ndOdi – Sri Lanka vs South Africa
Thursday, 23 July – 09:30 GMT
Venue: Colombo (RPS)

3rd Odi – Sri Lanka vs South Africa
Date: 26 July, 2013 – TIME: 09:30 GMT
Venue: Pallekele

4th Odi – Sri Lanka vs South Africa
Date: 28th July, 2013 – Time: 09:30 GMT
Venue: Pallekele

5th Odi – Sri Lanka vs South Africa
Date: 31 July, 2013 – Time: 09:30 GMT
Venue: Colombo (RPS)

Sri Lanka are coming into this series on the back of a Champions Trophy Semifinal and they were beaten in the final of Tri Series between West Indies and India. They do have some good players in their ranks but they need to finish of the games unlike the final they lost against India in the last over.

Sri Lanka are scheduled to play 2 warm up matches before the start of the Champions Trophy, first match is against Pakistan and than they will be playing against India after a couple days on 1 June 2013. Sri Lanka will go into the ICC Champions Trophy as one of the favourites to go all the way and they have shown in the past that they can up their game in the big events.

Pakistan will be taking on Sri Lanka in the Warmup match just before the start of the ICC Champions Trophy which will held on 30 May and there are quite a few games which will be televised live on TV as 8 teams prepare themselves and get used to the english conditions just before the start of the event.

Paksitan have been in United Kingdom before any other touring side and they were scheduled to play 4 matches against Scotland nad Ireland and they started the tour with a win over Scotland in the first match but 2nd game against Scotland rain washed than it was a cracker of a game against Ireland we got a rare tie as Ireland drew level the score in the last over.

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