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Sri Lanka win by nine wickets Tharanga's flurry of boundaries finished off a nine-wicket victory for Sri Lanka in style. The contest was as one-sided as the result suggests as Kenya suffered their third straight thrashing. Sri Lanka paceman Malinga was the star, returning from a back injury to bag career-best figures of 6-38, including his second World Cup hat-trick. All six of his scalps were all his own work - either bowled or lbw - and followed on from Kemar Roach's hat-trick for West Indies the previous day. Next up for Sri Lanka is a mouthwatering clash with Australia on Saturday, I'm certainly looking forward to that one. Thanks for your company, join us again tomorrow for more commentary on England v Ireland from 0900h (GMT).
Over 19 C Obuya 0-1-0-4 146-1 - Tharanga lofts his 12th boundary over the off-side to finish 67 not out as Sri Lanka win by nine wickets after chasing down a target of 143 with 188 balls to spare.
Over 18 Ngoche 1-4-2-4-4-4 141-1 - The end is near - Tharanga goes to his 19th ODI half-century with a glut of boundaries, four from the over in total, all through the off-side. The left-hander's 50 took 54 balls and featured eight fours. He celebrates the landmark by promptly reeling off another three boundaries, Sri Lanka need two more to win.
Over 17 C Obuya wd-4-1-0-1-0-1 122-1 - C.Obuya, now very much a part-time leg-spinner, is into the attack for the first time. It all seems a far cry from his match-winning display with the ball eight years ago when these sides last met at a World Cup. He starts with a wide and then serves up a full toss that Sangakkara dispatches to the midwicket boundary with consumate ease. Tharanga doesn't spot the googly but leaves it alone safely enough and then gets the single we've all been waiting for - taking him past Dilshan and, surely, making my winnings safe in the top run scorer market.
Over 16 Ngoche 0-0-4-0-0-0 114-1 - Sri Lanka have decided to take the batting powerplay, therefore the fielding restrictions are back in place for overs 16-20. Kenya still have the bowling powerplay to take at some stage, although we are unlikely to get that far. Interesting that Kenya choose to bring on their spinner, Ngoche. Not much protection for him. Tharanga finds the boundary for the seventh time, opening the blade late to run the ball down to third-man. He is now level with Dilshan on 44...
Over 15 Otieno 0-2-2wd-0-0-1-1 110-1 - The interest will hopefully build as the group stage moves towards a conclusion - certainly Group B will be tight with one of the Test nations guaranteed to miss out. But unless Zimbabwe can do something special, Group A seems a bit of a pointless exercise - do we really need a month to separate the Test sides from Zimbabwe, Kenya and Canada?
Over 14 Odhiambo 2-0-0-2-4-0 104-1 - Sangakkara puts a full toss away to the boundary. What are your thoughts on the World Cup so far? Without England's matches - flirting with disaster against the Netherlands and flirting with glory against India - there has not been much to get excited about. Bangladesh v Ireland was a good game and hat-tricks from Roach and Malinga have enlivened uncompetitive games in the last two days but I can't help but feel the ICC's decision to reduce the number of teams from 14 to 10 for 2015 is a sound one. It is not fun watching the associate nations get outclassed.
Over 13 Otieno 1-0-0-0-0-4 96-1 - Sangakkara inside edges a full toss for a single and Otieno is distraught when Tharanga ends an otherwise decent over by edging over the slips for his sixth four. Sri Lanka require another 47 from 222 balls - the minnows have again been taken to school by the big boys I'm afraid to say.
Over 12 Odhiambo 0-0-1-1-0-0 91-1 - It is a shame to see the decline in Kenyan cricket since the heady days of their World Cup semi-final appearance in 2003. During the early part of the previous decade they could feel genuinely hard done by not to have Test status, they were miles better than Bangladesh and, in the one-day arena, were comfortably on a par with the likes of England and West Indies. They seem to have been in freefall ever since, problems with their board haven't helped but there don't seem to be many youngsters emerging either.
Charles Jenkin in Leeds "You have to feel for Kenya but to get such a low number of runs from your last six batsmen is not good enough, especially having seen the Obuyas go out and show a fine example. I believe if they wish to do well in world cricket in the future they have to sort out their middle order and hope for the tail to wag towards the end of an innings and then they can focus on scoring faster and gradually improving the cricket they play, and without a doubt no hope for them throughout this Sri Lanka innings."
Over 11 Otieno 1-4-0-1-1-1 89-1 - Tharanga leans back and throws his hands into a big drive, the resulting edge flys over slip and away for four. Let's hope Tharanga sticks around long enough to overhaul Dilshan's 44 to reward those of us who have backed him before the start of the innings at 15/8 in Sky Bet's Most Sri Lanka Runs market.
Over 10 Odhiambo 0-0-1-1-0-0 81-1 - Odhiambo is generating some decent bounce and manages to stem the flow of runs somewhat. Tharanga doesn't look terribly comfortable against the rising ball, just a single apiece for him and Sangakkara.
Over 9 Otieno 0-W-1-0-1-0nb-4 79-1 - WICKET! Bowling change does the trick and denies Dilshan his 50. He tried to manufacture another of his favoured cuts but was cramped for room and only managed to get an outside edge through to wicketkeeper Ouma. Otieno celebrates by kissing the Kenya badge on his shirt, a bit strong given the match situation. Dilshan departs for 44 off 30 balls, including eight fours. Sangakkara is away first ball with a driven single and, later in the over after Otieno oversteps, lofts a free hit over mid-on for four.
Over 8 Ngoche 0-1-1-0-4-1 72-0 - There was talk before this match of some disharmony in the Kenyan camp between coach Eldine Baptiste and some of the senior players. This sort of drubbing is not going to help morale - at least they won't have to face Malinga again in this World Cup if Baptiste is looking for a positive to take. Ngoche drops short, allowing Dilshan to dispatch his eighth four behind point. A single allows him to retain the strike and close within a hit of his half-century.
Over 7 Kamande 4-0-wd-4-wd-0-0-4 65-0 - Spin at both ends as Kamande decides to bring himself on. Tharanga gets in on the act, twice rocking back to find the boundary on the off-side and then finishing the over - which also features a couple of wides - by clearing mid-on for yet another four, his fourth and Sri Lanka's 11th.
Over 6 Ngoche 0-1-0-4-4-0 51-0 - Left-arm spinner Ngoche come on but it makes little difference as Dilshan obviously has plans for this evening. He adds another pair of boundaries through the off-side, Kenya look utterly helpless.
Over 5 Ongondo 0-1-2-0-4-4 42-0 - Ongondo has produced a couple of decent nuts to Tharanga in his opening spell although he fails to interest umpire Hill with an lbw appeal against the left-hander. He has, however, been too short to Dilshan, allowing the right-hander easy pickings on both sides of the wicket. Dilshan adds two more boundaries through the off-side to finish the over. He has 30 off 19 balls.
Over 4 Odhiambo 0-0-4-0-4-0 31-0 - This will get even uglier for Kenya if they don't get Dilshan out quickly - he is trying, and sometimes succeeding, to smash every ball. Dilshan drives on the up through the covers for four and adds a second boundary to fine-leg when Odhiambo strays onto the pads.
Over 3 Ongondo 0-3-0-2-3-4 23-0 - Tharanga joins in the fun with three lofted over the covers - he didn't get it out of the middle but caught enough to clear the in-field. Dilshan threads cover and extra for two with a sliced square drive - it was in the air as it passed the first man. Ongondo then fails to grasp a tough return chance, one handed to his right, as Dilshan adds three more to the total. Tharanga completes a profitable over by cutting behind square for four in exquisite style.
Over 2 Odhiambo 1-0-1-4-0-0 11-0 - Odhiambo surprises Tharanga by getting one to seam back between the left-hander's bat and pad, almost bowls him. Dilshan hammers a short ball one bounce for four to square-leg, aggressive start from Sri Lanka's openers, they are looking to get after everything.
Over 1 Ongondo 0-0-2wd-1-1-1-0 5-0 - Dilshan doesn't look like he is going to be hanging around, carving his first ball one bounce to third-man for a single. How long do you think Sri Lanka will need to knock these off? Anyone holding out hope for Kenya? email@example.com if you have an opinion or just want to wax lyrical about what we've seen from Malinga.
Odds update Our friends at Sky Bet now make Sri Lanka 1/1000, while Kenya can be backed at 40/1. Openers Upul Tharanga (15/8) and Tillakaratne Dilshan (13/8) surely represent the value in the Sri Lanka Most Runs market. I will be having a small wager on Tharanga.
Innings break Blink and you miss it with Malinga - that was a sensational exhibition of quick, swinging yorkers. He took four in six balls, including a hat-trick, as Kenya slumped from 120-3 to 147 all out. The Obuya brothers, Collins and David, had constructed painstaking half-centuries and put on 94 for the third wicket to put Kenya on course for at least a respectable total. But they had no answer to Malinga - who would? Malinga's haul of 6-38 are his career-best figures and he now has 24 World Cup wickets in nine matches at an average of 13.41. His hat-trick is the seventh in World Cup history and follows fast on the heels of Kemar Roach's yesterday for West Indies against the Netherlands.
Over 44 Malinga W-W-5wd-0-W- 142ao - WICKET! It is like watching an action replay - Kenya's batsmen know what's coming but they are helpless to do anything about it. Ongondo goes first ball, bowled by the yorker to put Malinga on a hat-trick (he removed Mishra with the last ball of his previous over). HAT-TRICK! He's done it again, hitting Shem Ngoche's stumps with a yorker - that is Malinga's second World Cup hat-trick, can he now repeat the four in four he took against South Africa in 2007? No he can't, in fact it is a terrible delivery that disappears down the leg-side for five wides. FOUR IN SIX BALLS! Don't worry though, he is back on the spot soon enough, bowling last man Elijah Otieno with yet another yorker - Kenya are all out for 142, Malinga finishes with 6-38. Incredible stuff, I need a lie down!
Over 43 Mendis 0-0-0-0-0-0 137-7 - Mendis pulls a maiden out of the bag at just the wrong time for Kenya. Odhiambo does his best to lay bat on ball but he looks clueless against Mendis' variations.
Over 42 Malinga 0-0-4-4-1lb-W 137-7 - WICKET! Kamande does manage to run himself out this time. Mishra is hit on the pads by a full delivery, prompting a big but unsuccesful lbw appeal from Malinga. The ball only dribbled into the leg-side but for some reason Kamande was keen on a single. Silva raced in from midwicket, scooped up the ball and dived arm-first into the stumps a couple of metres away. Kamande was well short of making it - horrible decision from the skipper to try and take a run. Nehemiah Odhiambo starts with two boundaries in two balls! The first is prodded past mid-off, the second a huge drive edged over slip. WICKET! Mishra departs in familar fashion, lbw to Malinga's yorker. He asked for the review and it was very nearly a no-ball - Malinga only had a tiny fraction of his heel behind the line. Replays showed the ball to be clipping the outside fraction of leg-stump, meaning the decision stays with on-field umpire Hill's call. Harsh but fair.
Over 41 Muralitharan W-0-1-0-0-0 128-5 - WICKET! D.Obuya gets a fair chunk on a slog-sweep but the RPS is a big ground and it goes straight to Thilan Samaraweera 10 metres in from the square-leg boundary. Deserved reward for Muralitharan, who has tormented D.Obuya throughout his battling innings. A risky single gets captain Kamande off the mark, direct hit would have been close.
Over 40 Kulasekara 0-2-1-0-0-0 127-4 - This is already Kenya's best effort of the World Cup after being bowled out for 69 against New Zealand and 112 against Pakistan. It has certainly been a determined performance. D.Obuya drives through the covers for a couple to complete his sixth ODI half-century (104b, 3x4) and first at the World Cup - comfortably the slowest of the tournament, beating his brother's 95-ball effort earlier in the day.
Over 39 Mendis 0-1-0-0-0-0 124-4 - It is very hard to tell what Mendis is bowling, he even gets the odd one to swing through the air, which I've never seen from a spinner before. Again there is just a single from the over for D.Obuya, jabbed into the off-side.
Over 38 Kulasekara 0-0-0-0-0-1 123-4 - Kulasekara, who tends to struggle when the ball gets older and stops swinging, mixes things up nicely. D.Obuya is struggling to up the tempo and is only able to manage a quick single to mid-off from the final ball from the over.
Over 37 Mathews 1-W-0-1b-0-0 122-4 - WICKET! Tikolo middles an elegant cut stroke but it goes straight to Tillakaratne Dilshan, who makes no mistake with a sharp catch at backward point. Brave leave from new batsman Tanmay Mishra, the ball shaping back off the seam and just clearing off-stump - in fact wicketkeeper Sangakkara was so surprised Mishra shouldered arms that he allowed it to escape him for a bye.
Over 36 Kulasekara 0-0-0-4-1lb-1 119-3 - Kenya still have the batting powerplay to use - perhaps now might be a good moment? D.Obuya latches onto Kulasekara's back of the hand bouncer, it sat up nicely and he pulled it to the midwicket boundary. Six-an-over from this point only gets Kenya to 203 - which is unlikely to be anywhere near enough, time for them to start throwing the bat.
Over 35 Mathews 1-wd-0-1-0-0-0 113-3 - Mathews back into the attack, Kenya will surely look to get after him as they need to start getting on with it. Mathews gets a couple to shoot through low outside off-stump leaving Tikolo perplexed. The weather forecast for today was for a 60 percent chance of rain with the odd thunderstorm a possibility. The breeze has just started to get up a bit and there are a few dark clouds nearby.
Over 34 Malinga 0-0-0-wd-0-1-1 110-3 - Malinga concentrates on his trademark yorker throughout the over but Tikolo - who has three ODI centuries to his name - is equal to the task. "I bet he's got all the foot specialists in Colombo excited," notes Ian Chappell in the commentary box.
Over 33 Muralitharan 0-1-0-1-2-0 107-3 - Murali hasn't had much luck, another doosra passes the outside edge after Tikolo fails to pick it. Tikolo opens his account with a leading edge along the ground into the off-side.
Over 32 Malinga 0-0-1-W-wd-0-0 103-3 - Sri Lanka need a wicket so Malinga is recalled to the attack... WICKET! It doesn't take long before his deadly yorker does the trick, C.Obuya is caught well back in the crease by an 87mph delivery that tailed back to hit the base of off-stump. Malinga attempts to the repeat the dose at new batsman Steve Tikolo but gets his radar wrong and is wide down the leg-side.
Over 31 Muralitharan 0-0-1-0-0-1 101-2 - C.Obuya gives himself some room and cuts off the stumps for a single that brings up Kenya's 100. D.Obuya retains the strike with a single of his own to midwicket. The ICC are auctioning off the coin used at the toss of all the World Cup matches - those boys are always on the lookout for a new money spinner, don't think I'll be bidding.
Over 30 Silva 1-1-0-2-1-1 99-2 - Another mixed bag from Silva, one full toss surprises C.Obuya so much that he can only steer it for a single on the off-side. C.Obuya completes the slowest half-century of the World Cup so far from 95 deliveries (4x4), fighting stuff. D.Obuya is fortunate that yet another top-edged sweep falls short of Upul Tharanga coming in off the square-leg fence. Time for some more drinks in Colombo.
Over 29 Muralitharan 1-0-1-1-0-1 93-2 - Murali is back on after a one-over break and sticks with his around-the-wicket policy. He is looking for a top-edged sweep and, in fairness to him, there have been a few that have fallen safely.
Over 28 Silva 1-0-1lb-0-1-1 89-2 - Silva impressed enough to be granted a second over. He is a bit all over the place however and is a bit fortunate the Obuyas can't cash in more on a succession of half-trackers. Silva has taken one wicket in ODIs, one in Tests and has 46 at 32.73 in first-class cricket. He gives it plenty of air but doesn't appear to get many revs on the ball.
Over 27 Mendis 0-0-0-0-2-0 85-2 - Change of ends for Mendis. C.Obuya again has to abort his dance down the track after being spotted by Mendis. He does pick up two later in the over with a dab sweep.
Over 26 Silva wd-1-0-0-0-1-0 83-2 - Sangakkara springs a surprise by turning to the leg-spin of Chamara Silva, who has onlt bowled once previously in 61 ODIs. He starts with a wide before locating the right line with his loopy back of the handers. Doesn't look to be the worst leg-spinner I've ever seen.
Over 25 Muralitharan 0-0-3-0-0-1 80-2 - Another top edge from C.Obuya falls safely as he attempts to sweep, which seems to be both brothers' preferred scoring option against Muralitharan. The Hawkeye tracking of the bounce of that Mendis' delivery in the last over looked a bit questionable to me (it had it clearing the stumps by a long way) but apparently the technology is actually rocket science - it was developed by the military before being put to a more important use by the ICC - so perhaps we should trust it.
Over 24 Mendis 0-0-0-0-0-0 76-2 - REPRIEVE! D.Obuya asks for a review after umpire Tony Hill raises the finger to Mendis' lbw appeal. He was well forward playing in defence but it looked straight enough on first view. Replays, however, show the ball to be going over the top of the stumps and umpire Hill is told to reverse his on-field decision. Think D.Obuya thought he hit it - he did but it clearly came off pad first, doesn't matter now though.
Over 23 Muralitharan 1-1-1-0-0-0 76-2 - Muralitharan is operating from around-the-wicket to both right-handed Obuyas. Each batsman sweeps for a single safe in the knowledge that the ball is pitching outside leg-stump most of the time, and if it doesn't even Murali will do well to spin it back enough for an lbw.
Over 22 Mendis 2-0-0-2-0-2 73-2 - C.Obuya has had enough of rebuilding and is now looking to take the attack to the spinners. He drives through the covers for a couple as Mendis offers too much width. He then has to abort one advance down the pitch after Mendis sees him coming and fires it in flat but gets a pair of twos - one on each side of the wicket - to complete a profitable over for Kenya.
Over 21 Muralitharan 1-0-2-0-1-0 67-2 - REVIEW! Sri Lanka waste one of their two reviews after umpire Tarapore turns down an lbw appeal against C.Obuya. Replays show the ball was comfortably clearing the stumps and also hit C.Obuya, who was covering up in defence, more than 2.5 metres down the pitch (meaning the decision remains the umpire's call if you didn't see the Ian Bell incident on Sunday). Didn't have much going for it really.
Over 20 Mendis 0-2lb-0-0-0-4 63-2 - A couple of leg-byes brings up the 50 partnership from 104 balls, the Obuya brothers' first together in ODIs. C.Obuya dances down the pitch for the first time, comfortably clearing mid-off for a welcome boundary.
Over 19 Muralitharan 1-0-1-0-0-0 57-2 - Muralitharan is into the attack for the first time. A couple of singles are taken into the leg-side before Muralitharan finds his line. D.Obuya loops a leading edge over the bowler's head but short of the fielders at mid-off and mid-on - almost running out his brother in the process after a late call of no. Another leading edge falls safely behind point.
Over 18 Mendis 1-0-1-0-4-1 55-2 - Lbw and bowled are in play for Mendis as he always attacks the stumps. Sangakkara keeps a slip and short-leg in place despite the fielding restrictions having been relaxed at the end of the 15th over, Kenya are keeping the batting power play up their sleeve for the time being. D.Obuya breaks the shackles with a forceful punch to the midwicket boundary but then misses out on a long hop from the final delivery.
Over 17 Mathews 1-0-1-1-0-0 48-2 - Mathews continues after drinks and D.Obuya immediately drops the ball towards mid-off and calls for a quick single. C.Obuya only gets one with a swivel-pull - woeful running, should have been an easy two. Mathews sneaks a full ball past C.Obuya's outside edge as he went for a big drive to finish the over.
Over 16 Mendis 0-1-0-1-0-0 45-2 - C.Obuya used his feet to attack Pakistan's spinners, hitting three sixes in his 47 last Wednesday. He looks far less confident against Mendis, who has a slip and short-leg in place. C.Obuya doesn't spot the wrong 'un, inside egding his attempted cover drive for a single on the leg-side. D.Obuya also adds one to the total, worked off the stumps into the leg-side. Kenya are digging in well after the two early wickets.
Over 15 Mathews 0-0-1-0-0-0 43-2 - Mathews is not doing much with it, straight up-and-down at around 80mph, which - on this wicket - is not going to frighten anyone. He makes up for lack of pace with commendable accuracy. C.Obuya cuts late - very late in fact - for a single.
Over 14 Mendis 0-0-0-0-0-1 42-2 - Spin for the first time in the shape of former mystery man Ajantha Mendis. He made a big impression early in his international career with an array of front of the hand deliveries but, with video analysis rampant at the top level, he has since been worked out somewhat by the other teams. C.Obuya doesn't look too sure about what is being sent down, just a single via the inside edge to retain the strike.
Over 13 Mathews 1-0-0-0-1-0 41-2 - D.Obuya edges a cut down to third-man - it travels in the air for a long way but drops short of the fielder. C.Obuya also collects a single with an elegant flick towards mid-on. As ever in Colombo, the pitch is slow and does not feature a blade of grass - looks absolutely chock-full of runs.
Shaun Tiley "Surely the only speculation for this game would be how long until Kenya collapse? It's games like this that give weight behind the ICC plans to reduce the number of teams."
Over 12 Kulasekara 0-1-0-0-0-0 39-2 - The World Cup format means victory for Sri Lanka today would leave them with one foot in the quarter-finals already - having seen off the other Group A minnow, Canada, in their opening match. D.Obuya adds another single to the total, cut down to third-man.
Over 11 Mathews 0-4-0-0-0-0 38-2 - D.Obuya latches onto a short, wide delivery and cuts it away past the solitary slip for his second boundary. Not entirely out of the middle but got enough of it.
Power Play Sri Lanka have opted to take the bowling powerplay straightaway as is nearly always the case in ODIs. The fielding restrictions, therefore, remain in place for overs 11-15.
Over 10 Kulasekara 0-1-0-0-0-0 34-2 - To go back to Kenya's famous win over Sri Lanka at the 2003 World Cup. There are three survivors from the side that day in Kenya's line-up - C.Obuya, Steve Tikolo and Peter Ongondo, while Sri Lanka also have three in Mahela Jayawardene, Kumar Sangakkara and Muttiah Muralitharan. C.Obuya batted at eight that day and was the hero with the ball, taking 5-24 with his leg-spin. He even attracted the attention of Warwickshire in the wake of that tournament - Kenya reached the semi-final - but it didn't work out in county cricket and he has since reinvented himself as a hard-hitting number three batsman who hardly bowls.
Over 9 Mathews 1-4-0-0-0-0 33-2 - Malinga is withdrawn after an impressive four-over opening spell of 1-20. Seam bowler Angelo Mathews is into the attack and greeted by a charge down the pitch from D.Obuya, who opens the blade to steer the ball between point and cover and away to the boundary. Both Obuya brothers look far more comfortable on the front foot.
Over 8 Kulasekara 1-0-0-0-0-0 28-2 - Kulasekara gets very chest on in delivery and his stock ball ducks in off the seam. C.Obuya steals a single to mid-off, Sri Lanka's fielding has not been great in the early stages.
Over 7 Malinga 0-0-0-0-0-4 27-2 - Malinga is causing all sorts of problems for D.Obuya, who is not picking up his bouncer until it is almost in front of his nose. Twice in the over he has to take evasive action at the last moment before responding with a cover drive that goes all the way for four - although should have been stopped by the fielder, who dived over the top of it.
Over 6 Kulasekara 0-1-0-0-0-0 23-2 - Kulasekara is deceptively quick and his effort ball surprises C.Obuya, who is late with his attempted cut and fortunate not to get an edge. Just a single, pushed to mid-on by D.Obuya, from the over. This is just the start Sri Lanka needed after their defeat at the same ground to Pakistan on Saturday, any nerves are now settled.
Over 5 Malinga 0-0-4-0-4-0 22-2 - C.Obuya picks up a couple of boundaries, the first driven convincingly through the off-side, the second edged just short of Kulasekara at second slip. Anyone playing Tony Greig bingo will be delighted to hear the big man slip in an early use of the world "telecast" in the commentary box.
Chiquita in South Africa "As much as one would like to think that Kenya have any chance today, Sri Lanka should have a comfortable win. Kenya's only hope one feels is if Sri Lanka totally lose the plot, which they have done once or twice previously, but not today I think."
Over 4 Kulasekara 0-0-1lb-0-0-0 14-2 - Kenya's batsmen all look like sitting ducks for the lbw at the moment. C.Obuya, who hit three sixes in a defiant 47 against Pakistan last week, is only saved by an inside edge.
Over 3 Malinga W-0-0nb-1-0-0-2 13-2 - WICKET! That is the sight we've missed during Malinga's absence, a yorker swings late and hits Waters on the toe, knocking him off his feet. Umpire Shavir Tarapore raises the finger, although it looked as if it might be sliding past leg-stump. Waters walks off without asking for the review - there was more doubt about that one than Ouma's. Hawkeye later confirms it was just missing the leg-stump - Kenya, who have little previous experience of using the UDRS, have missed a trick. David Obuya strolls out to join his younger brother Collins and is almost undone first ball by a carbon copy of the previous delivery - this time umpire Tarapore correctly judges it to be missing leg-stump. D.Obuya is almost decapitated later in the over as, expecting another yorker, Malinga slips in the bouncer. Two runs, edged just short of first slip, bring an end to an eventful over.
Over 2 Kulasekara 1-W-2-0-1-1 8-1 - Kenya have been bowled out for 69 and 112 in their defeats to New Zealand and Pakistan so far in the tournament and skipper Kamande said at the toss his batsmen need to apply themselves better. WICKET! Oh dear, those words go unheeded by Ouma, who is given out lbw to Nuwan Kulasekara's second ball. He asks for a review of umpire Tony Hill's decision but replays only confirm he padded up to a straight delivery that swung in just a touch to beat his forward prod. Collins Obuya is the new batsman and gets off the mark first ball, working another Kulasekara inswinger off his pads for a couple.
Over 1 Malinga 0-0-1nb-1-0-0-0 3-0 - Malinga causes problems straightaway, getting a full delivery to curve away past Maurice Ouma's hopeful prod. Kenya fail to cash in much on a free hit after Malinga oversteps - Seren Waters can only push a single into the covers after backing away. Not much sign of rust in terms of pace or accuracy during Malinga's first over of the tournament.
Anthems Lovely renditions of the respective anthems before Malinga is handed the new ball...
Odds update Our friends at Sky Bet have in-play betting on a range or markets today. Sri Lanka are huge favourites at 1/100, while Kenya can be backed at 16/1 to win the match and are evens to score 2.5 runs or more in the first over.
History Anyone hoping for an upset will be heartened by the last time these two sides met in the World Cup was back in 2003 in Nairobi. On that occasion Kenya prevailed by 53 runs, inspired by 5-24 from Collins Obuya, who is playing today.
Get in touch Send in your emails throughout the day to firstname.lastname@example.org. Does anyone think Kenya can upset the applecart today?
Team news Both sides make two changes to their starting XI. The major news is that Lasith Malinga is fit to make his first appearance of the tournament. Sri Lanka have been holding out their star paceman due to a back strain but he is fully recovered. Malinga and spinner Ajantha Mendis come in for Rangana Herath and Thisara Perera, while Kenya hand starts to David Obuya and Peter Ongondo at the expense of Thomas Odoyo and Rakep Patel.
Toss Kenya have won the toss and opted to bat first on what looks the flattest of flat pitches in Colombo. Not a difficult decision for Jimmy Kamande given that 15 of the last 19 ODIs at the RPS have been won by the team batting first.
Good morning Welcome to over-by-over commentary from the World Cup Group A fixture between Sri Lanka and Kenya in Colombo. Play starts at 0900h (GMT), team news and toss shortly.
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