Live updates: Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh 2nd Test, Colombo - March 15-19, 2017.

At the end of the first day's play, Sri Lanka scored 238 runs for the loss of 7 wickets.

Day 2 live updates

Bangladesh - 214/5

Sri Lanka 338 all-out

Sri Lanka 238/7 - Chandimal 86

Sri Lanka won the toss and decide to bat first

The Bangladesh Cricket team under the leadership of Mushfiqur Rahim is in a state of frustration after missing out a golden opportunity to draw the first Test, as they now gear up for the second game against Sri Lanka on March 15, 2017, at the P Sara Oval.

This game also marks the 100th outing of the Bangladesh team after they were given a Test playing nation status 25 years ago. In this course, the team has just won 9 games out of the 99 Tests they played, and it is their success in the ODI's which still help the fans to cheer.

All eyes on Soumya Sarkar

For Bangladesh, it is Soumya Sarkar who is leading the batting department from the front. The young left-handed batsman is now going through the nicest patches of his career and in the previous game, it was Soumya who showed some fighting instinct by scoring 71 and 53 runs in the first and second innings respectively.

The bad form of Mominul Haq and Shakib Al Hasan is a point of concern for the Bangladesh team, and if they fail to fire yet again, then it will not be that easy for the visitors to bounce back in this series.

Tv telecast and live streaming details

Ten Sports is telecasting this match in India. For the live streaming, you can visit the official website of Ten Sports. In Bangladesh, the match will be shown live on Gazi TV or Channel 9BD.

As always, Willow TV is telecasting this cricket match in the US.

Rangana Herath's magical fingers

In the first Test match, it was Rangana Herath who broke the spinal cord of the Bangladesh batting line-up. The surface in P Sara Oval too is expected to be spin friendly, and if Rangana again finds the rhythm, then it will surely turn out to be a nightmare for the visitors. The batting department of the Sri Lankan side seems full settled, as Upul Tharanga, Kusal Mendis, and Asela Gunaratne are in peak form.