October 31, 2021 11:15 AM
Ash Wheldon

Super 12 – England vs Sri Lanka Preview & Prediction

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When is England vs Sri Lanka taking place? England vs Sri Lanka will take place on Monday 1st November, 2021 at 14:00 (UK)

Where is England vs Sri Lanka taking place? England vs Sri Lanka will take place at Sharjah Cricket Stadium in Sharjah

What is the expected weather for England vs Sri Lanka? 31c in clear skies

Where can I get tickets for England vs Sri Lanka? Visit here for the latest ticket information for England vs Sri Lanka

What TV channel is England vs Sri Lanka on in the UK? England vs Sri Lanka will be televised live on Sky Sports

Where can I stream England vs Sri Lanka? Sky Sports subscribers can stream England vs Sri Lanka live on Sky Go



  • England made a huge statement as they won the battle of the two unbeaten teams in Group 1 as they demolished Australia in what was a hugely impressive win to put the rest of the tournament on notice.
  • Jos Buttler scored a magnificent 71* to guide England to an eight-wicket win with an incredible 50 balls remaining after his teammates with the ball had reduced Australia to 21/4 before bowling them out for 125 in what was a superb all-round effort.


  • Sri Lanka suffered an agonising loss at the hands of South Africa to leave their T20 World Cup hopes hanging by a thread with them sitting with just one win from their three Group 1 matches so far after the four-wicket defeat to the Proteas.
  • Defending a score of 142, Sri Lanka looked to be in a strong position when Wanindu Hasaranga took his third wicket of the game to leave South Africa at 112/6 with just 16 balls left but some poor death bowling allowed the Proteas to snatch the win with just one ball to spare.


England look like the team to beat after such an eye-catching start to the T20 World Cup. Eoin Morgan’s side have been superb so far and they demonstrated their ability in abundance as they tore Australia apart last time out. They were in devastating form in that game and if they maintain that level of performance throughout the tournament, they will be extremely tough to beat. Sri Lanka are in must-win territory after a narrow loss to South Africa last time out but England look a cut above and it would be a shock if they failed to make it four straight wins to virtually secure their spot in the semi-finals.

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