England vs Sri Lanka 3rd ODI Betting Tips 04/07/2021

July 4, 2021
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England vs Sri Lanka 3rd ODI Betting Tips 04/07/2021

Teams Status

England

For England, the rotation policy will continue as Chris Woakes will come in place of Tom Curran, who had a poor outing with the ball at The Oval.

The clinical batting performances from Jason Roy, Eoin Morgan, and Joe Root saw England complete the chase in the 43rd over of the innings.

For the home side, Skipper Eoin Morgan managed to find form with the bat and smashed a splendid 75 not out off 83 balls with the help of eight fours and one six. Left-hander will be hoping to score runs in the dead rubber at Bristol.

Besides Morgan, Jason Roy was back to his best at the top of the innings and scored a blistering 60 runs off 52 balls with the help of ten boundaries.

All-rounder Sam Curran produced his career-best performance in the 50-over format against Sri Lanka at The Oval. Left-arm pacer dismissed Pathum Nissanka, Avishka Fernando, and Kusal Perera in his first spell with the new ball.

Curran’s new-ball partner, David Willey chipped in with crucial wickets for the side at the crucial stages of the game.

Sri Lanka

The Islanders will look to put on a decent show in dead rubber after suffering a comprehensive eight-wicket loss in the second One-Day International (ODI) against England at The Oval on Thursday. 

Valiant innings of 91 runs from Dhananjaya de Silva helped Sri Lanka post a respectable score in their allotted 50 overs. The All-rounder duo of Wanindu Hasaranga and Dasun Shanaka delivered much-needed runs in the latter stages of the innings to see Sri Lanka stage a decent comeback in their innings.

The visitors couldn’t control the scoring rate in the middle overs as Morgan and Root smashed the Sri Lanka bowlers to all parts of the Kennington Oval.

Sri Lanka played one premier spinner in Wanindu Hasaranga, who proved to be expensive, giving away 46 runs in his seven overs.

Dushmantha Chameera delivered a tidy performance went for just 46 from his spell of nine overs while Binura Fernando gave away 53 runs from his nine overs.

The visitors have lots of bowling options in their squad who can come into the playing XI and Kusal Perera might want to shuffle his combinations a bit for the series decider.

Nuwan Pradeep, who has been an experienced campaigner for Sri Lanka in white-ball cricket may come in as a pace-bowling option for this series decider.

What do the Sportsbook Say

England, in their home conditions, are the overwhelming favorites to win the third ODI against Bristol. 22Bet has England priced at 1.08 and Sri Lanka at 7.9. Leovegas has England priced at 1.08 and Sri Lanka at 8.00. Dafabet has England priced for 1.08 and Sri Lanka for 8.60


Tipster’s Angle

Tip 1- England to restrict Sri Lanka for less than 250 runs

The likes of Chris Woakes, David Willey, and Sam Curran have managed to make early inroads with the new-ball against Sri Lanka. The visitors have lost too many wickets in the first ten overs. The home side once again will be looking to dismantle Sri Lanka’s frail top-order in this final game of the series at Bristol. We expect England to restrict Sri Lanka to less than 250 [email protected]

Tip 2- Eoin Morgan eye a big score in this dead rubber.

England skipper finally managed to run-drought in the previous game played at The Oval. Left-hander took his time at the crease and put on a match-winning partnership with Joe Root to steer England to a comprehensive win.

Left-hander smashed a splendid half-century with the help of eight fours and one six. After finding form with the bat, we expect Eoin Morgan to deliver a notable score in this series [email protected]

Conclusion

With bowlers delivering back-to-back clinical performances in the first two matches of the ODI series, England will be keen to do more of the same in this dead rubber. With the likes of Jason Roy and Eoin Morgan finding form with the bat, the home side will be favorites to beat Sri Lanka in the final game of the series at Bristol.

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