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Nuwan Pradeep shine under dark Edinburgh skies in top order



#### Hello Guys, Sri Lanka head to the World Cup with a little top-request reassurance as the fifties from Avishka Fernando, Dimuth Karunaratne and Kusal Mendis setup a comprehensive 35-run triumph [DLS method] over Scotland in another downpour hit game at Edinburgh. The downpour that washed away the first ODI, interfered with the game for 97 minutes in the chase before Nuwan Pradeep closed out the triumph with a four-wicket pull. ![1558518526_Nuwan-Pradeep-social-Reuters.jpg]( [source]( The visitors, still exceptionally unsure with where their 50-over game is at because of their constantly-evolving personnel, drew some certainty of a best three off Fernando, chief Karunaratne and Kusal Mendis as the trio scored 217 off the 322 the group aggregated in the wake of being put into bat. Karunaratne, whose arrangement as ODI chief went under much scrutiny, top-scored with 77. He included 123 for the first wicket with Fernando, who ruled the stand with a 78-ball 74. Scotland's best possibility of chasing the aggregate down lay in the fortunes of their openers Kyle Coetzer and Matthew Cross. Amazingly, the pair made a genuine fist of the test in the first PowerPlay, including 51 brisk runs before Pradeep had the Scotland chief gotten by Thirimanne. Callum MacLeod and Craig Wallace withdrew inexpensively before the heavens opened up. ![1558518613_Avishka-Fernando.jpg]( [source]( Just when it seemed as if the contest would dwindle to a soggy end, a resumption of play was possible with Scotland expecting to score 103 from seven overs as a component of the DLS recalibration of targets. George Munsey started that post-interim phase by hitting a six and several fours off Perera. However, when Cross was dismissed in the following over for 55, the objective had achieved unsurmountable levels. Munsey continued finding the boundaries from one end yet batsmen at the opposite end perished in their similar endeavors. In the end, Scotland was bowled out for 199 with four balls staying in the truncated 34-over chase. Pradeep, who affected a twofold strike to take out Munsey and Tom Sole, finished with match-winning figures of 4 for 34. #### Quote - "Failure will never overtake me if my determination to succeed is strong enough". Author- Og Mandino ## With Regards @muchukunda
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