- Aug 30, 2011
So the match should be decided in the first session. If it rains, it's a draw. If Sri Lanka avoid the follow-on, it's a draw. BUT, if Pakistan can take 5 wickets in the first session and stop Sri Lanka from avoiding the follow-on, we might be in for a game, although a draw will still be favourites. Taking 15 wickets in a day, which include getting Sangakkara out twice won't be easy on a flat pancake, but Pakistan showed yesterday in the latter overs that they are capable of getting quick wickets. Overall, draw has a better chance, but weather permitting, Pakistan still have a chance.