In their ICC World Cup match on Monday, Australia and Sri Lanka were all out for 209 in 43.3 overs.
Australia is trailing four behind. In their ICC World Cup match on Monday, Sri Lanka and Australia were all out for 209 in 43.3 overs. When Sri Lanka decided to bat, they got off to a fast start thanks to openers Pathum Nissanka (61) and Kusal Perera (78), who combined to score 125 runs in 22 overs. Nevertheless, the Islanders found it difficult to recover when their dismissals within the space of five overs caused a collapse. With leg-spinner Adam Zampa leading the way with four wickets in an innings briefly halted by rain, the Australian bowlers performed well to mount a strong return. Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc both took two wickets.