WI vs SL Stats : West Indies will take on Sri Lanka in the second Test match at Sir Viv Richards Stadium in Antigua. The series is leveled at 0-0 after a hard fought drawn first Test and now both the sides will look to give their best on the field to clinch this two Tests series.
In the first Test West Indies’ bowling as well as batting performance was good. In bowling Jason Holder and Kemar Roach stepped up and in batting Nkrumah Bonner, Kyle Mayers, Joshua da Silva, Rahkeem Cornwall all these new comers continued their good form and put good performances with the bat and they need to continue their good form and captain Brathwaite too has to lead from front with the bat. On the other side, Sri Lanka who didn’t do well in the first innings of first Test played very well in the second innings and the debutant Pathum Nisanka scored a brilliant hundred, Niroshan Dickwella and Oshada Fernando scored nineties while Lahiru Thirimanne scored twin fifties and in bowling Suranga Lakmal was stand out performer and he got good support from Vishwa Fernando and Dushamantha Chameera.
West Indies vs Sri Lanka Statistical Preview of the Second Test : A list of all the major stats and records ahead of the Second Test between West Indies and Sri Lanka in Antigua –
Head to Head in Test Cricket : West Indies and Sri Lanka have played total 21 Tests so far.
Matches – 21
WI won – 4
SL won – 9
Drawn – 8
1 – Sri Lanka have won only one of their last ten Test matches and the win came against Zimbabwe last year and losses came against Pakistan, South Africa, New Zealand and England.
3 – West Indies have won three out of nine Tests at Sir Viv Richards Stadium in Antigua. Two Tests they lost while other four Tests were drawn.
36 – Kemar Roach has taken 36 wickets at 15.7 in 6 Tests at Sir Viv Richards Stadium in Antigua.
300 & 20 – Jason Holder has scored 300 runs at 30.0 and has also taken 20 wickets at 16.35 in 6 Test matches against Sri Lanka.
4000 – West Indies captain Kraigg Brathwaite needs 98 more runs to complete 4000 runs in Test cricket.
2000 – West Indies vice captain Jermain Blackwood also needs 91 more runs to achieve the milestone of 2000 Test runs.