ENG vs. SL: Rain canceled 3rd ODI, England won the series 2-0

England won the three-match ODI series against Sri Lanka 2-0. England bowled Sri Lanka out for 166 in the third and final ODI, following a strong performance by fast bowlers led by fast bowler Tom Curran. This was followed by continuous rain which forced the match to be canceled. After the match was canceled, England lost the opportunity to swatch clean up Sri Lanka in the ODI series after the T20 series. If the hosts win the T20I series 3-0, the one-day series is 2-0.

England won the toss and elected to bowl first, and Curran (4 for 35), Chris Vox (2 for 28) and David Willy (2 for 36) helped Sri Lanka in 41.1 overs. Only Sri Lanka’s Dasun Shanaka was able to bat, scoring an unbeaten 48 off 65 balls with two sixes and multiple boundaries. In addition, Vanindu Hassaranga (20) could only reach 20 runs.

However, after the Sri Lankan innings were over, the rain started, which continued, for this reason it was decided to cancel the match. The Sri Lankan team will now play the one-day series and the T20 against India in India and will host Pakistan in the England ODI series from July 8.

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