Millions of Sri Lankans on Sunday waited with stomach-churning anticipation for the country's biggest-ever home cricket match when their team take on the West Indies in the World Twenty20 final.
West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle (2nd L) and teammates dance after winning the World Twenty20 semi-final against Australia on October 5. Sri Lanka will test their skills against the flamboyant West Indies when both sides battle for their maiden World Twenty20 title on Sunday.
Sri Lanka's players will trigger a nationwide party if they can overcome their flamboyant opposition in a clash that starts at 7:00 pm (1330 GMT) in the capital Colombo.
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