Sri Lanka is going to play their next tournament after Champions Trophy as a host against Zimbabwe. The tournament is starting from 30 June and will be ending on July 18th. It is going to feature 5 ODI matches along with a single Test match. While all the matches will be played across 3 Venues throughout Sri Lanka. The Schedule for the tournament is out and is given below to take the visitors in further depth to this exciting tournament. In addition to this, below is the complete Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe Schedule along with the possible team squad.
Sri Lanka didn’t perform that good in Champions Trophy as they won only 1 match out of 3 three matches they played. But it would not be that difficult for the team to overcome Zimbabwe in their next tournament. Live Telecast of the tournament will be available here so stay tuned for further updates. Furthermore, let’s now move on to Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe Schedule and Fixture.
Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe Schedule
Here is the complete Schedule for the tournament between Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe. Live Telecast details of the tournament matches will be available here. So don’t miss the action and excitement of the game.
|Jun 30, Fri||10:00 AM||Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe- 1st ODI||Galle International Stadium, Galle|
|Jul 02, Sun||10:00 AM||Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe- 2nd ODI||Galle International Stadium, Galle|
|Jul 06, Thu||10:00 AM||Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe- 3rd ODI||Mahinda Rajapaksa International|
|Jul 08, Sat||10:00 AM||Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe- 4th ODI||Mahinda Rajapaksa International|
|Jul 10, Mon||10:00 AM||Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe- 5th ODI||Mahinda Rajapaksa International|
|Jul 14 – Jul 18||10:00 AM||Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe- Test||R.Premadasa Stadium, Colombo|
Possible Team Squad
The actual squad for the tournament has not been announced yet but here the possible team squad for the tournament which will be taking part in the tournament.
Graeme Cremer(c), Ryan Burl, Peter Moor, Chris Mpofu, Tarisai Musakanda, Richard Ngarava, Donald Tiripano. Malcolm Waller, Sean Williams, Chamu Chibhabha, Tendai Chatara, Craig Ervine, Sikandar Raza, Hamilton Masakadza, Solomon Mire.
Sri Lanka squad