Feb 20, 6 months ago

Tri series match schedule released for Nidahas Trophy 2018

http://sportsinfo.lk/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/28167064_2479774048720454_8125675989514545142_n.jpgTri series match schedule released for Nidahas Trophy 2018

The road to Nidahas Trophy at the RPICS has become clearer for three major competing nations and thousands of cricket fans, following the release of the official match schedule for the Hero Nidahas Trophy, a triangular t20 cricket series as part of Sri Lanka’s 70th Independence day celebrations.

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Each nation will play two matches during the preliminary stage of the tournament, with the two highest-ranked teams advancing to the grand final.

Team India and Team Bangladesh will arrive Sri Lanka on the 04th March, 2018.

DATE – MATCH  – VENUE
06th March, 2018 SL vs India RPICS, Colombo
08th March, 2018 Bangladesh vs India RPICS, Colombo
10th March, 2018 Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh RPICS, Colombo
12th March, 2018 India vs Sri Lanka RPICS, Colombo
14th March, 2018 India vs Bangladesh RPICS, Colombo
16th March, 2018 Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka RPICS, Colombo
18th March, 2018 Final RPICS, Colombo

All the matches have scheduled to start at 07:00pm local time, at the RPICS, Colombo.

Support your country and book your tickets now for the upcoming cricket matches of team Srilanka against the neighbours in a tri-nation T20 Cricket tournament.

To book tickets through online, go here: https://lk.bookmyshow.com/sports/cricket/nidahas-trophy-t20-tri-series

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