At the start of the day 5 or final day of
vs Sri Lanka 1st Test 2010 match, the stakes are very high indeed. At the close of 4th day’s play, India India was 181/5 in their second innings and still need to score 63 runs first to make bat second innings. So, there is a strong chance that Sri Lanka may win the test. Sri Lanka
It will be a very big task for Indian batsmen to save the match. However, more than
, it is for Muttiah Muralitharan that the match will be remembered as it is his final test match. Before the start of the match, Muralitharan had 792 test wickets and he needed just 8 more to make it 800. In the first innings, he captured 5 and in the second he has got just one. Thus, today he needs just two more wickets. India
The day five or final day of India vs Sri Lanka 1st Test 2010 will begin at 04:30 GMT and 10:00 local time of 22 July 2010. Cricket fans in
can watch the match live on Ten Sports TV Channel from 10:00 AM. India
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Yesterday was a tough day for the Indian batsmen. First of all, they were forced to follow on and when they came to bat in the second innings, they suffered early loss. Gautam Gambhir was out for 0 and Virender Sehwag could not score more than 31. Rahul Dravid and Sachin Tendulkar put up a 119-run partnership in the third wicket. Darvid scored 44 runs but he stayed on the crease for 209 minutes and faced 152 balls. On the other hand, Tendulkar scored 84 runs off just 142 balls. Tendulkar scored 11 boundaries and one massive six.
For the Indian cricket fans, the only happy part of the day was the batting of Tendulkar. However, Sri Lankan bowlers Malinga had other things in his mind. He captured three wickets in the second innings from just nine overs of bowling. Malinga just gave 33 runs. He dismissed both Tendulkar and Dravid within a matter of few minutes. Malinga also took the wicket of Gautam Gambhir.
So, Indian fans will pray today that
can save the match while Sri Lankan fans not only pray for the win of their team but also for Muttiah Muralitharan taking 2 more wickets to make it 800 in test cricket. India