Pakistan and Sri Lanka will clash in the 11th match of the ICC World Cup 2019 on June 7, 2019, at County Ground, Bristol at 10:30 Local; 15:00 IST. Both teams faced a humiliating defeat in their opening fixtures. While West Indies thrashed Pakistan, Lanka was defeated by New Zealand.

Both teams at par

The two Asian giants have won the World Cup once in the past and will clash at the Bristol County Ground. Both the sides are a shadow of the formidable team they once were, and today Pakistan is placed at Number six and SL at the ninth position.

Both the teams are at par when it comes to strength and weakness, and the similarity in fortunes can gauge this.

Both sides opened their account with humiliating defeats and later tried to make amends and manage victories by slim margins.

Pakistan was decimated by West Indies and could manage only 105 runs. Sri Lanka was also bundled out cheaply by New Zealand. However, Pakistan recovered and defeated hosts England in the second match while Lanka subdued Afghanistan.

PTV Sports tv telecast info

PTV Sports and Ten Sports will telecast Pakistan and Sri Lanka match Live in Pakistan. in Pakistan and will provide live streaming of the game in the Indian subcontinent via the app and the website for the premium users.

SLRC (Channel Eye) will provide live television coverage for the game in Sri Lanka. and Rupavahini will live stream the game for the fans in Sri Lanka.

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Pitch flat and lifeless

The Bristol track has traditionally helped the batsmen in the past and will provide little assistance to bowlers.

Pakistan has a formidable pace attack which can unsettle any batsmen Sri Lanka has its old warhorse Lasith Malinga who can choke runs with his beaming Yorkers.

Pakistan batting has been its weak point though Babar Azam, Fakhar Zaman, and Imam-ul-Haq have been scoring consistently of late. Pakistan will also be buoyed up by the fact that they have never lost to Sri Lanka in any of the earlier World Cup matches.

Both the team has crossed swords seven times since 1975 in the World Cup and every time Pakistan has come on top.