Match preview: Sri Lanka vs Scotland
Bellerive Oval, Hobart
Although they have suffered more injury misery, with Dinesh Chandimal the latest player to be ruled out, Sri Lanka still want to make sure of third place in their group by beating Scotland
Scotland come into the match on the back of four straight losses, and their best chance of pulling off a win at the tournament has probably gone passed them with Sri Lanka and Australia waiting in Hobart.
Because of Chandimal's withdrawal, Sri Lanka will be forced to make at least one change to their starting line-up that lost to Australia on Sunday. Spinner Rangana Herath probably won't be risked.
Scotland could, over the next two matches, give all the players in their squad a game and have a taste of what it feels like to play at a World Cup.
These teams have met only once before. In July 2011 in Edinburgh, Sri Lanka enjoyed a 183-run victory. After batting first, the Asian side scored 284 then proceeded to bowl Scotland out for 101 to seal a comfortable victory.
World Cup meetings
There have been no previous World Cup meetings between the two teams.
Kyle Coetzer could again be the key man for Scotland. He scored a majestic century in a losing cause against Bangladesh in their previous encounter, and will be hoping to produce the same form.
What more can we say about Kumar Chokshanada Sangakkara? At the age of 37, he is still as hungry to score runs as he was in his teens. He has just become the first batsman to score three World Cup hundreds in a row, and will be looking for more against the Scots.
Joel Wilson and Richard Illingworth, Michael Gough (3rd umpire), Jeff Crowe (match referee)
The forecast for Wednesday in Hobart is for a partly cloudy day and a top of 22C.
With Sangakkara in imperious form, and Sri Lanka improving as the tournament is progressing its going to be one-way traffic. Big win for Sri Lanka.
India v England, day one: Zak Crawley the only bright light for poor England
India held the upper hand in the pivotal third Test in Ahmedabad after bowling the tourists out for 112 and reaching the close on 99 for three.
England frustrated with umpires after India dominate day one of third Test
England skipper Joe Root was heard telling umpires ‘all we want is consistency’.
England slump to 112 all out as India take control of third Test
Zak Crawley’s half-century was England’s only innings of note.
Axar Patel and Ravichandran Ashwin have England in a spin in third Test
Patel claimed six for 38 to put India in complete control.
Zak Crawley leads England resistance but India dominate first session
The host’s spinners enjoyed more helpful conditions.
England make four changes and opt to bat first in day-night Test against India
Rory Burns and Dan Lawrence made way for Zak Crawley and Jonny Bairstow.
On This Day in 2010: Sachin Tendulkar at the double with new ODI milestone
Then aged 36, he hit 25 fours and three sixes off 147 balls as India thrashed South Africa.
Joe Root relishes bowling selection dilemma ahead of day-night Test with India
The England captain has to decide which of his seamers will make the cut in Ahmedabad.
Brave decision looks familiar for David Warner in The Hundred
The Australia opener rejoins Southern Brave for the inaugural competition.