Rohit Sharma’s Indian cricket team will face the underdog Sri Lanka team in the Asia Cup final. Both teams have a history of reaching the final, with Sri Lanka often surprising fans by making it to the last match despite not being the favored team. In their last match against Bangladesh, India lost by six runs, ending their undefeated streak in the tournament. Shubman Gill scored 121 runs, but India couldn’t chase down the target. Gill remains positive, stating that the loss hasn’t affected their momentum. Winning the Asia Cup would give them confidence before the World Cup. India started the tournament with a match against Pakistan that was washed out due to rain. They bounced back with big scores in their next match against Pakistan, winning by a large margin. Sri Lanka, the previous Asia Cup winners, entered the Super Fours stage as underdogs and made it to the final by defeating Pakistan. Though losing key players to injuries, they have impressed with match-winning performances from other players. Sri Lanka’s bowlers have been particularly impressive, with two players leading the tournament’s bowling chart. Sri Lanka has a history of losing to India in the Super Four stage but winning in the finals, and they will be looking to repeat that pattern in this year’s final.
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