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SL U-23 vs BHU Today Match Prediction | South Asia T20| Who Will Win Today Match

By Anubhav Bajpeyee

SL-U23 vs BHU Today Match Prediction | Cricket match predictions 100 safe

The third match of South Asian Federation games will be played between the SL U-23 vs BHU. The Sri Lankan team started their campaign with a win against the home team Nepal. Bhutan will play their first game against Sri Lanka U-23. The highlanders would see the game against the U-23 Sri Lankan team as an excellent opportunity to showcase their talents in the World. The administration of Bhutan is trying to establish the group as a genuine contender in world cricket. The SAF games could be the ideal platform for the team. The ability of the Sri Lankan team to fighting with the fatigue of playing on consecutive days could decide who will win today match.

Match Details:
When: December 4th, 12:45 PM IST
Where: Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kirtipur

SL-U23 vs BHU (Head to head)
The game in the SAF games 2019 would be the first meeting between the two teams in the T20 format.

SL-U23 vs BHU: Expected Playing 11

Sri Lanka under 23: Asitha Fernando, K Anjula, P Nissanka, C Asalanka (C), Shammu Ashan, N Madushka, Kamindu Mendis, A Bandara, D Tilakratne, J Daniel and S Colombage.

Bhutan: Jigme Singye, Thinley Jamtsho, Tenzin Wangchuck, Mikyo R Dorji, Tenzin Wangchuck jr, Namgang Chejay, Kesang Nima.

SL-U23 vs BHU Who Will win today match? Today match Predictions

The betting odds of today match predictions are not available at the moment. We will update the odds before the game.

India Fantasy Predictions:

Sri Lanka won the game against the home team with ease. The team is well aware of the conditions and found aid from the spin-friendly wickets of Nepal. However, the team might face some fatigue of playing on consecutive days. India Fantasy believes that the Sri Lankan team would prove too hot to handle for Bhutan Squad. The only thing which can make life difficult for the Sri Lankan team is the unpredictability of the Bhutanese side.

Anubhav Bajpeyee