Pathum Nissanka to score under 18.5 runs
This is a very low runs line, but Nissanka seems completely unable to deal with England’s new-ball bowling.
Consecutive scores of five in this series suggest that this is a fairly safe bet.
Dasun Shanaka to be Sri Lanka’s top run-scorer
This is a long shot, but Shanaka’s lower-middle-order batting has saved Sri Lanka from total embarrassment on a couple of occasions.
He scored 50 in the first T20, followed by 47 in Thursday’s ODI at The Oval, and has a shot in this market if the tourists’ top order fail again.
Chris Woakes to be England’s top wicket-taker
Woakes was dynamite in the first ODI of this series, taking four wickets, before being rested at The Oval on Thursday.
He is bound to return here, and will torment Sri Lanka’s top order with his accuracy again.
Warindu Hasaranga be Sri Lanka’s top wicket-taker
Hasaranga has threatened throughout this tour, without picking up the wickets he deserved.
He has still won us at least a share of the profit in two of the five T20s and ODIs, including on Thursday, and is worth backing again.
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