SL vs NZ: Sri Lanka-New Zealand test reaches exciting turn, learn why it matters to India

The Test taking place in Christchurch between Sri Lanka and New Zealand has come to an exciting turn. The Sri Lankan team dominated here for the first two days, but the Kiwi team made a strong comeback on day three. The result of this test seems almost certain. If this result favors Sri Lanka, then there may be problems for the India team.

In fact, the Australian team has carved out a place in the WTC final. There is a race between India and Sri Lanka for the second team here. If the Indian team wins the Ahmedabad test, it will go directly to the WTC final, but if it doesn’t happen, it will have to depend on the result of the Sri Lanka-New Zealand test series. Here, if the Sri Lankan team beats New Zealand 2-0, then instead of India, Sri Lanka will get the ticket for the WTC final.

The India-Australia Test being played in Ahmedabad now seems headed towards a draw. In such a situation, the Sri Lanka and New Zealand series have become very important for the Indian team. The Indian team will be praying that Sri Lanka cannot sweep New Zealand in this Test series. By the way, it is not easy for Sri Lanka to beat New Zealand on their home soil, but looking at the way Sri Lanka played in the first two days, it can be said that this team has come to New Zealand with the intention of reaching the WTC final. .

At the end of the third day of the two match Test series between Sri Lanka and New Zealand, the Lankan team took a 65-run lead over the Kiwi team and three wickets fell. All three of Sri Lanka’s top order batsmen have returned to the pavilion. Here, if Sri Lanka manage to add more than 200 runs on the fourth day, then trouble may arise for New Zealand.

Please say that Sri Lanka had scored 355 runs in the first innings of this Test. In response, New Zealand finished innings at 373 thanks to Daryl Mitchell’s brilliant century and tail batsman Matt Henry’s 72-run innings. In this way, on the basis of the first innings, the Kiwi team gained an 18-run lead. Here Sri Lanka had lost three wickets for 85 runs in the second innings until late in the game on the third day.

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