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Live Cricket Streaming: In a highly important clash of Group A, an undefeated Bangladesh side will play an under-performing Sri Lankan side this Thursday at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. After their match against Australia was washed out due to heavy rain last Saturday, the Bengal Tigers have 3 points from 2 matches so far in the Cricket World Cup 2015. It was a fortunate point, but could play a big role in Bangladesh’s campaign in the Mega Event. So Sri Lanka have to win against Mushfiqur Rahim and co in order to strengthen their position to qualify for the knock out stages. But looking at their current form, we do have a close game on our hands this coming Tuesday.

Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh live Streaming Info:

Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh live streaming will take place at Melbourne Cricket Ground on 26th February, 03:30 GMT. Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh live streaming will broadcast on Star Sports, Sky Sports, PTV Sports and many official online cricket streaming sources.
Sri Lanka:
In their last 5 matches, Sri Lanka have won just 2 losing 3 in the process. After suffering a horrible defeat against New Zealand, Sri Lanka edged past a rookie Afghan side last week. One major problem for the Islanders in this Mega Event is the poor form of some key players in their squad. Sangakkara and Dilshan all failed to impress so far in the Mega Event, which is hurting their batting order in a poor way.
However, one good news for them is that star Batsman Mahela Jayawardene is hitting top form once again after the veteran Middle Order Batsman scored a ton against Afghanistan in their last pool match. Other than him Angelo Mathews also played a match winning innings against Afghanistan which helped his side to grab a nail biting victory at the end.
Jeevan Mendis, the right arm leg spinner has suffered a hamstring injury in training which might end his World Cup campaign after just 2 matches. He will be a big miss for the Islanders due to his All Rounder skills as well.
It has been a successful campaign so far for the Bengal Tigers in Australia and New Zealand. Still unbeaten, Bangladesh are sitting above Angelo Mathews and co in the Pool B Rankings. Bangladesh simply blew away a rookie Afghan side in their first match of the World Cup 2015, defeating them by a mighty 106 runs margin. So with a better run rate, Bangladesh are currently a nuisance for the likes of Sri Lanka so far.
However, there are serious disciplinary issues haunting the Bangladesh Cricket team at the moment. Their key bowler, Al-Amin Hossain has been sent back home after violating the discipline of their team. It was a shock for many as Hossain had a handy experience and his absence might hurt Bangladesh against an experienced Sri Lankan side this Thursday.
Pitch Report:
In this Day and Night Clash, any Captain after winning the toss would like to bat first as the ball can cause problems for the team batting under lights in the 2nd Innings.



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