Sri Lanka and India will take the early shift in the last double header match day in the 2019 Cricket World Cup tournament while South Africa will be looking to bow out of the championship in style when the take on Australia in the afternoon shift.
Despite being in a safe position, the Indian unit will look to solve their middle-order crisis when they take on Sri Lanka in their final league fixture in Leeds.
A victory over Sri Lanka will take India to the pole position on the points table, provided Australia lose their final game against the already ousted South Africa.
The last time these sides faced off in England, during the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, Sri Lanka defied the odds to chase down India’s 321/6 with seven wickets to spare. As they are set to return home, Sri Lanka would love to repeat the feat against a side that has already secured a semi-final spot.
Australia, on the other hand, would like to maintain their pole position with a victory over South Africa in the second fixture of the day. South Africa will aim to end their ICC Men’s World Cup 2019 campaign on a winning note.
The four-time semi-finalists find themselves at the eighth position in the points table with only two wins from eight matches.