Sunday, September 13, 2009

India vs Sri Lanka Live Score, Time and TV Channel Information: Compaq Cup Final 2009

India vs Sri Lanka Compaq Cup Final 2009 match will take place on 14 September 2009 and the match will take place at Colombo. It is a day night match and will start at 9:00 GMT (14:30 Sri Lanka time and Indian Time). It is a Monday but I expect that millions of people in India will be glued to their TV sets. They have not won anything for sometime and they want some success in Sri Lanka. On the other hand, Sri Lanka defeated India convincingly yesterday in the group stage match. So, tomorrow, Indian players will be there to take revenge.
It quite a long time that India could win in any final match in Sri Lanka. So, the odds are against them and the home players should have a confident approach. However, don’t forget that anything can happen in ODI cricket. Well, Indian fans want something good because just next week will be ICC Champions Trophy 2009 in South Africa.

If you want to get the live sore and updates of the match, then visit this link.

Tomorrow’s match will be live telecast in Ten Sports TV Channel.
As for online live score, these websites can help you:
Cricket Next
So, enjoy your match.
Media buzz about the match:
Sri Lanka will be hoping that ace spinner Muttiah Muralitharan will be fit to play along with middle order batsman Thilan Samaraweera. In fact Muralitharan had a good work out at the nets yesterday and will be determined to make his presence felt in this final. Skipper Kumar Sangakkara said that Muralitharan is fit and ready to go. “We will see how he is and will make a decision as to whether he is available for the final. The Champions Trophy is coming up in South Africa and we don’t want to rush him into anything too soon.”.
India had beaten Sri Lanka in an ODI series the last time they were here but Sangakkar said the Lankans don't have revenge on mind.
"No revenge against India. I think you learn from your past games and you move on and you face newer teams, different combinations. So, the past is past really. You cannot dwell on it too much and get lost in it. You have got to be prepared for the present and the future," he said.
The series has not managed to bring in the crowds so far with the stadium remaining mostly empty. Sangakkar blamed it on lack of facilities for the paying public.
So, let us hope that it will be a highly competitive match for the viewers.

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