Super 12 - Match 15
SL vs BAN

Super 12 - Match 15, SL vs BAN Dream11 Prediction, Head to Head Statistics, Best Fantasy Tips and Pitch Report

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SL vs BAN (Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh), Super 12 - Match 15 Preview

Super 12 - Match 15 of the ICC World Twenty20, 2021 has Sri Lanka taking on Bangladesh at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah.

Sri Lanka have played 3 matches in the series and will be looking to strengthen their hold of the top spot, while Bangladesh have also played 3 matches in the series and they are currently ranked second on the points table.

Both teams last played against each other in the Match 6 of the Nidahas Tri-Series, 2018 where Kusal Perera scored the highest fantasy points for Sri Lanka with 110 match fantasy points while Tamim Iqbal topped the fantasy points leaderboard for Bangladesh with 78 match fantasy points.

In the last match played by Sri Lanka against Netherlands, Sri Lanka beat Netherlands by 8 wickets. The top fantasy player for Sri Lanka was Lahiru Kumara who scored 117 fantasy points.

In their last match in this series against Papua New Guinea, Bangladesh beat Papua New Guinea by 84 runs. The top fantasy player for Bangladesh was Shakib Al Hasan who scored 174 fantasy points.

SL vs BAN, Pitch Report and Conditions

The pitch at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah is a balanced pitch. The average 1st innings score at this venue in the last 14 matches is 126 runs. Both teams will look to chase upon winning the toss as the majority of the games played on this ground have been won by the side chasing.

Pacers have been very successful at this venue. They have earned 62% of the total bowling fantasy points at this venue. We would suggest that you pick as many pace bowlers as possible in your team.

SL vs BAN, Head to Head

In the 11 matches played between these 2 teams, Bangladesh have won 4 matches and Sri Lanka have won 7 matches. Of both teams have earned the most fantasy points for their respective teams so far.

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