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Sri Lanka vs West Indies, 1st Test: Hosts four wickets away from victory

Sri Lanka vs West Indies, 1st Take a look at: Hosts 4 wickets away from victory | Cricket Information

Galle: Sri Lanka fully dominated the proceedings on Day 4 and the hosts are simply 4 wickets away from registering a victory in opposition to West Indies within the ongoing first Take a look at right here on the Galle Worldwide Stadium.
At stumps, West Indies rating learn 52/6 — nonetheless needing 296 runs for the win. For the guests, Joshua Da Silva (15) and Nkrumah Bonner (18) are unbeaten on the crease.Chasing 348, West Indies obtained off to probably the most horrendous begin attainable after being decreased to 18/6 within the twelfth over.
Ramesh Mendis wreaked havoc as he dismissed guests top-order and West Indies was trying fully down and out.
Joshua Da Silva and Nkrumah Bonner then revived the innings for Windies and each batters grinded it out within the center. Unhealthy mild compelled an early finish to Day 4 and the hosts are simply 4 wickets away from victory.
Earlier, after gaining a lead of 156, Sri Lanka obtained off to a foul begin as Pathum Nissanka (3) departed cheaply off the bowling of Rahkeem Cornwall. 
Oshada Fernando (14) additionally didn’t handle to remain on the crease for a protracted haul, however Dimuth Karunaratne and Angelo Mathews took Sri Lanka to the lunch interval and the hosts had eight wickets in hand, with the lead prolonged to 240.Karunaratne went on to attain 83 whereas Mathews remained unbeaten on 69 as Sri Lanka declared their innings at 191/4, setting West Indies a goal of 348.
Earlier, resuming Day 4 at 224/9, in a single day batters Joshua Da Silva and Shannon Gabriel didn’t handle to remain on the crease for a protracted haul because the latter was dismissed by Praveen Jayawickrama, and Windies innings folded for 230, giving hosts a lead of 156 runs.
Temporary Scores: Sri Lanka 367 and 191/4 (Dimuth Karunaratne 83, Angelo Mathews 69*; Rahkeem Cornwall 2-60); West Indies 230 and 52/6 (Nkrumah Bonner 18*, Joshua Da Silva 15*; Ramesh Mendis 4-17). (ANI)

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