Both the matches has been played at Played at Providence Stadium, Guyana 3rd May 2010 (20-over match) and washed off by rain
and at last result comes out with the D/L method. Sri Lanka takes on Zimbabwe, Batting was expected to be difficult on a slow and low pitch in Providence but the touch artist Mahela Jayawardene sparkled with a delightful ton, only the fourth batsman to hit a Twenty20 hundred, to charge Sri Lanka to 173. A heavy downpour after one over into the chase left Zimbabwe needing 104 from 11 initially, but it rained again to terminate the match after five over’s were completed. Sri Lanka won on the DL method as Zimbabwe only reached 29 for 1 (5 over’s) when the par score was 43.
In the second game played at same venue, under shades of clouds and rain also get affected and ended with the same result as result comes out using D/L method. England made 191-5 in 20 over’s while batting first. Morgan (55 runs) and Wright (45 runs) shows some bigger hands and other top 3 batsmen manage to score 81 runs when Collinwood wicket falls, Lumb (28 runs), Kieswetter (26 runs), Pietersen (24 runs). England set a target of 192 runs for the host.
West Indies booked their place in the Super Eights with a controversial rain-assisted victory over England at Providence, as Chris Gayle justified his decision to bowl first with a fiery but short lived 25 from 12 balls – an innings that proved sufficient, under the provisions of Duckworth-Lewis, to carry West Indies to a revised target of 60 in six over’s, after England had produced arguably their finest batting display in the format’s history to post an imposing 191 for 5.