Sri Lanka reach 176-3 chasing 453 against West Indies

Saturday, June 09, 2018

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago (AFP) — Sri Lanka were 176 for three in their second innings, having been set a victory target of 453, at stumps on the fourth day of the first Test against West Indies on Saturday.

Brief scores at the Queen's Park Oval in Trinidad:

West Indies 414-8 declared (S Dowrich 125 n.o., S Hope 44, J Holder 40, D Bishoo 40; L Kumara 4-95, S Lakmal 2-55) and 223-7 declared (K Powell 88, J Holder 39, L Kumara 3-40, R Herath 2-52)

Sri Lanka 185 (D Chandimal 44, N Dickwella 31; M Cummins 3-39, K Roach 2-34, S Gabriel 2-48) and 176-3 (K Mendis 94 n.o.; J Holder 1-18)

Match situation: Sri Lanka need another 277 runs with seven wickets in hand to win.

Toss: West Indies




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