Hero Nidahas Trophy T20 tournament is right around the corner and the entire cricket fandom is abuzz with excitement. The tri-nation series is hosted by Sri Lanka to commemorate the nation’s 70 years of independence. 2018 also hails the completion of 70 years of Sri Lankan cricket. The momentous occasion will see the participation of Bangladesh, India, and the host nation in the much anticipated tournament of this year.
India plays against Sri Lanka in the first match to be held on 6th March at the legendary R Premadasa International Stadium in Colombo. Each of the three teams will play the other teams twice and the top two will meet in the finals to be held on 18th March. The T20 tournament has garnered quite a bit of interest among the cricket fans since its announcement last year in March.
The Nidahas Trophy was previously hosted in the year 1998 as a one-day series between India, New Zealand, and Sri Lanka to commemorate the latter’s 50 years of Independence. India won the honour of lifting the Trophy. Will it repeat the feat again this year? Who would want to miss the action packed event of three neighboring nations vie for the coveted honor of holding aloft the prestigious
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India and Sri Lanka have had quite a many face-offs the previous year with India emerging a clear winner. The host nation is bound to strive hard to reverse the fortune in 2018, which is sure to make for a riveting watch. It will be interesting to see if India chooses to rest on its laurels or continue to the winning streak and retain the Nidahas Trophy the second time around. Bangladesh shouldn’t be written off yet. The team might turn out to be a dark horse going all in for the kill. It is going to be one tournament any cricket lover would love to soak in every second of the seven matches.