T20 World Cup: Sri Lanka’s Early Exit Looms

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Sri Lanka’s chances of progressing in the T20 World Cup are in jeopardy following a match washout in Florida. The former champions were eager for a win to salvage their tournament prospects after losing their initial matches to South Africa and Bangladesh.

Their defeat in the Group D encounter against Nepal due to heavy rain has left them on the brink of elimination. With only one point from the previous matches, Wanindu Hasaranga’s squad now faces a daunting task to remain in contention, relying on other match outcomes to stay alive in the tournament.

Nepal, too, finds itself in a similar predicament, having failed to secure a victory in their first two matches. Their upcoming fixture against the undefeated South Africa poses a significant challenge, especially considering the latter’s flawless performance in the group stage, securing a spot in the Super Eight stage with three consecutive wins.

Unfavorable weather forecasts predict rain and thunderstorms for the remainder of the week, potentially disrupting upcoming matches involving India, Pakistan, Ireland, and Canada scheduled in Florida. As the tournament progresses, the pressure mounts on Sri Lanka and Nepal to deliver standout performances and secure crucial victories to keep their T20 World Cup dreams alive.

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By- Sahiba Suri

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