South Africa scored a record total in the first game which Sri Lanka played and Pakistan had a win to their name when they took on the Netherlands side in their opening encounter of this tournament.
But when Lankan Tigers played their last fifty overs contest against the men in the green side, Dasun Shanaka and his men won that contest which was played in the Asia Cup of the one-day international format.
Sri Lanka will look to strike back after they lost their first game of this tournament and Pakistan will look to dominate against Sri Lanka to maintain their good record in the fifty-over World Cup matches.
Match – Pakistan Vs Sri Lanka Match 8th ODI World Cup 2023
Venue – Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium In Hyderabad
Day and Date – Tomorrow, Tuesday, 10th October 2023
Toss Time – 1.30 PM IST and Local, 8 AM GMT
Match Timings – 2 PM IST and Local, 8.30 AM GMT
TV Channels – Star Sports For English Commentary and Star Gold for Hindi Commentary
Live Streaming Mobile Application – Disney+ Hotstar
Sri Lanka has not won a single ODI World Cup match against Pakistan in the history of this fifty-over tournament.
Till now, eight matches have been played in this ICC mega event of the one-day international format between these two countries.
Pakistan has won seven ODI encounters so far and one match was ended in no result.
2019 – This ODI match was the only game which ended in No Result between PAK Vs SL. This game was played four years back in Bristol England during the last World Cup.
2011 – Pakistan won by 11 runs
1992 – Pakistan won by four wickets
1987 – Pakistan won by 15 runs
Pakistan won by 113 runs
1983 – Pakistan won by 50 runs
Pakistan won by 11 runs
1975 – Pakistan won by 192 runs
Overall matches from 1975 to 2023 – 156 ODIs
Pakistan has won 92 Matches so far.
Sri Lanka has won 59 games till now.
Four one-day internationals ended in a tie and one ODI game was a no-result affair.
Batters – Kusal Mendis, Charith Asalanka and Fakhar Zaman
Bowlers – Shaheen Afridi, Matheesha Pathirana and Maheesh Theekshana
All-rounders – Dasun Shanaka and Shadab Khan
Wicket-keeper - Muhammad Rizwan
Vice-captain – Pathum Nissanka
Captain – Babar Azam