Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka, in the 3rd ODI cricket match, takes place on February 22.
Sri Lanka already sealed the series with two wins but Bangladesh will be looking for the win as opposed to being completely shut out.
The game will be at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, in Dhaka at 1 p.m. local time (7 a.m. GMT)
You can find live streams at the following websites: Here and here. On television, the game will be live on Star Cricket in Asia, Zee Cinema in the U.K., and Willow TV in the U.S. (which also broadcasts online).
Sri Lanka won the 2nd ODI by 61 runs and the 1st ODi by 13 runs.
Shane Jurgensen, coach of the Bangladesh team, told CricInfo that the team isn’t panicking after the loss in the series ahead of the Asia Cup and world Twenty20.
“I think our [Bangladesh’s] one-day form has been outstanding previous to this series,” Jurgensen said. “Here we have lost two matches in a row. There seems to be a lot of people outside the group who are panicking but I am not panicking at all. We were in a good position in the last game, but we couldn’t finish it off. It was the same in both games,” he said.
“If we can tidy things up a little bit, we can get the result we want. It is a good thing that there is a quick turnaround, there isn’t a big break between matches. All the boys are physically good too.”
Accuweather reports that there should be pleasant weather with plenty of sun and high temperatures of 29 Fahrenheit for the last match of the ODI.
After this, Sri Lanka will begin the Asia Cup on February 25 against Pakistan.
Bangladesh will also participate in the tournament, starting on February 26 vs India.