How to watch Australia vs Sri Lanka T20 series live in Australia
Sri Lanka will be eager to break Australia's momentum when they travel down under for a T20 series.
Despite their victory in last year's T20 World Cup, Australia still ranks just sixth in the world, with Sri Lanka 2 spots further back in eighth.
On the way to winning the World Cup, Australia defeated Sri Lanka by 7 wickets in impressive style. Prior to that meeting, the 2 sides hadn't faced each other in this format since October 2019.
When is Australia vs Sri Lanka T20 series?
These sides will play a 5-match series with the first being held on Friday 11 February at 7:10pm AEDT at the SCG.
The next 2 matches will be on Sunday 13 February in Sydney and Tuesday 15 February in Canberra, before the series moves to Melbourne on Friday 18 February and Sunday 20 February.
How to watch Australia vs Sri Lanka?
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Who will win Australia vs Sri Lanka?
The Australians had a historically poor record in T20 cricket prior to last year's World Cup, where they swept all before them. Outgoing coach Justin Langer held a 20-24 win/loss record in T20 cricket overall, but did win 7 of his last 9 including the World Cup Final.
Sri Lanka have been transitioning in recent years with the departure of a lot of their veteran stars. Coming off a slightly disappointing World Cup, they'll be eager to put their best foot forward here.
It has clearly been an unsettling week for the Australian cricket team with Langer's departure well and truly dividing opinion. They'll be keen to start competing again so they can put those dramas behind them.