The Sri Lanka tour to Zimbabwe in October and November appears to be in doubt, after Sri Lanka officials revealed that the African side had asked for a postponement, but had not divulged the reasons for the request.
Sri Lanka Cricket have announced their plans to tour Zimbabwe in October, naming a 27-man preliminary squad and setting the fixtures at two Tests, three ODIs and two T20s.
Sri Lanka were in trouble at stumps on day two of the second Test in Colombo, after Tim Southee took two quick wickets to reduce the hosts to 43 for three, still 369 runs behind the Black Caps' score.
An ODI series shortly after the World Twenty20, less than the week since the Champions League and mere days before the start of two high-profile Test affairs is largely at a hiding to nothing in terms of interest levels.
Sri Lanka needed to chase 72 to win in 14 overs against New Zealand in Pallekele, but the rain arrived two overs into the chase, the Lankan score on six for nought, and ended the match as a no-result, as five overs had not been completed.
How many triple hundreds did the batsmen from the visiting countries have scored in the flattest pitches in India ? I think those Great Batsmen just hate to score triple hundreds especially in flat pitches.Have Your Say