IND vs SL Pitch Report

Author : A Smith | Created : 2022-07-01 06:01:00

IND vs SL Pitch Report

Introduction

The Chandigarh Oval pitch was not as flat as expected and the bowlers had their work cut out in the first game of the tournament. The pitch did slow down a lot, but it was still a good batting track. There wasn't much assistance for the seamers, who would have been expecting more bounce off this surface.

This was the first match of the tournament, and it was pretty clear that seamers were going to enjoy bowling here.

This was the first match of the tournament, and it was pretty clear that seamers were going to enjoy bowling here. The pitch started off with a little grass on it, which gave it some pace and bounce. As the game progressed, though, more grass came out of the surface and together with moisture from rain in the morning meant that there was plenty of turn for spinners too.

The way Bhuvneshwar and Kaul operated, the ball was consistently seaming and moving sideways, once again indicating that bowlers would be calling the shots here.

As the first match of a tournament, it was important for the teams to come out with a good showing. Both teams had their own share of ups and downs in this match. However, it seems like India have found their footing and are on track to continue their good form from last year’s World Cup.

On the other hand, Sri Lanka’s performance can be summed up as being average or below par. They need to step up if they want to achieve anything from this tournament and make an impact on cricket fans around the world again soon enough!

Mehidy Hasan Miraz rolled his fingers over the ball and got some turn in the latter part of the innings, which will surely make teams think twice before they bat first after winning the toss.

As a bowler, Mehidy Hasan Miraz is a good all-rounder. He can get turn, bounce and pace on the ball and he has also been known to be a good fielder.

Mehidy Hasan Miraz is also considered one of the most important batsmen in Bangladesh cricket team because of his batting skills. He was part of the World Cup winning squad in 2011 where he played an important role in their victory against India at Lord's Cricket Ground by scoring 50 runs off just 25 balls during their final match against India which ended up being their last game before they won the world cup title that year

The pitch is expected to slow down even more as the tournament progresses which could make batting difficult on this wicket.

The pitch is expected to slow down even more as the tournament progresses which could make batting difficult on this wicket. The pitch was slow and low in the opening game, which was also played on a hot afternoon. The ball did not bounce much from the surface, but batsmen were able to score runs quickly with ease.

Pitch became slower as match progressed but was still a good batting track with little assistance for the bowlers

The pitch was slow and low, which meant that the ball hardly rose above hip height. It remained a good batting track for the entirety of the match, but became slower as it progressed.

There was little assistance for bowlers from either side, so batsmen were able to play their strokes at ease without fear of being stumped or bowled out in one shot.

Conclusion

The pitch in Dhaka has been a good batting track with very little assistance for the bowlers. On day one, it was a slow track and there was turn in the latter part of the innings. The conditions have been getting better as the tournament progresses which means we can expect more runs on this wicket.