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The big day has arrived finally and we are ready to witness the final of the ICC World T20 2014 in Mirpur, Bangladesh. The match is scheduled between India and Sri Lanka today and will begin at 19:00 local time.
India will look to continue with their unbeaten run in the mega event and are undoubtedly the strongest side of the tournament. They will go into this match as clear favorites and will expect their batsmen and bowlers to come up with spearheading performances like they have been doing throughout the tournament. Rahane and Rohit Sharma provide them with a brilliant start in the semifinal against South Africa setting up the perfect platform for the big run chase. After that Kohli showed his brilliance with the bat and made sure he stays out there till the end to take his side home. The top 3 for India will again be the most crucial ones even in the Final and if Sri Lanka gets hold of them early then we can expect the result to tilt in their favor. Suresh Raina and Yuvraj Singh look in great knick as well and will have to play a vital role today if India have to outsmart the islanders. So far India have won all their matches convincingly, let’s see if we can see a nail biter today.
Indian bowling has been one of their strong points throughout the tournament with their spinners doing a wonderful job with the ball. They will expect Ashwin, Mishra and Jadeja to provide them with crucial breakthroughs in the most important match today as well. Mishra got some treatment from the South Africans in the last match but will be expected to make a strong comeback today. Mohit Sharma and Bhuvneshwar Kumar will take care of the pace bowling department for the Indians.
As far as Sri Lanka are concerned, they have put up some brilliant performances throughout the tournament, especially against New Zealand in their last Super 10 game. They will have to go hard today at the Indians if they have to fancy their chances to lift the trophy for the first time. If they manage to restrict the Indian batting line from flourishing today then they’ll certain give them a chance big time. They will depend majorly on Kusal Perera, Dilshan and Jayawardene at the top as they have been laying good foundations for them from last few matches and will be expected to repeat once more. Sanga’s form is, however, a concern for them and he hasn’t had the best of outings in this tournament which is going to be his last T20I tournament. Thirimanne and Mathews can, however, provide them some good scoring options lower down the order and will be expected to fire in unison for the team’s cause.
Sri Lankan bowling department is equipped with players like Malinga, Kulasekara, Senanayake and Herath. Kulasekara has been their leading wicket taker in the tournament and Herath can do the magic with his spin varieties. Senanayake and Malinga are also the wicket taking options for them as well.