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Pakistan, Sri Lanka will resume the third day of the historic home test.

Pakistan, Sri Lanka resume third day of historic home Test

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan's first home test in decade will resume the opening session of the third day on Friday that was previously abandoned due to wet weather. 

Umbrians ordered the covers to be removed after an early lunch and the day's play will start at 1:10 pm.
Sri Lanka, which won the toss and beat, is 263-6 in their first innings with Dhananjaya de Silva undefeated on 72 and Dilruwan Perera on two.
For Pakistan, 16-year-old pacemaker Naseem Shah (2-75) and Shaheen Shah Afridi (2-47) have been chosen by the bowlers.

Rain and bad light stopped the game for all but 83 minutes on Thursday, during which Sri Lanka scored 43 runs in 18.2 overs
 before the stumps were drawn. 

Sri Lanka, which won the toss and beat, were 263-6 in their first innings with Dhananjaya de Silva undefeated on 72 and Dilruwan Perera on two.

For Pakistan, 16-year-old pacemaker Naseem Shah (2-75) and Shaheen Shah Afridi (2-47) have been chosen by the bowlers.

De Silva, who added 67 to Dickwell's sixth wicket, survived the scare on the 48th when Mohammad Rizwan jumped forward to claim catch from Naseem Shah, 
but the replays confirmed that the ball had bounced before reaching the wicketkeeper.

Pakistan, Sri Lanka will resume the third day of the historic home test. Reviewed by khabarzar on December 13, 2019 Rating: 5

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