If Pakistan does not bat again in the Asia Cup 2023 match against Sri Lanka, the target for Sri Lanka will be set according to the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern (DLS) method. The DLS method is a mathematical formula that is used to adjust the target score in a rain-affected cricket match.
The DLS method takes into account the number of overs that have been lost, the wickets that have fallen, and the current state of the match to calculate a revised target score.
In the case of the Asia Cup 2023 match between Pakistan and Sri Lanka, if Pakistan does not bat again, the DLS method will be used to set a revised target score for Sri Lanka. The revised target score will be based on the number of overs that have been lost, the wickets that have fallen, and the current state of the match.
It is important to note that the DLS method is just a mathematical formula, and it does not take into account the factors that can affect the outcome of a cricket match, such as the pitch conditions, the weather, and the batting and bowling strengths of the two teams.
Therefore, it is possible that the revised target score set by the DLS method may not be a fair reflection of the true difficulty of the task facing Sri Lanka.