Colombo: Steven Smith and Shaun Marsh hit centuries but Sri Lanka spinner Rangana Herath picked up six wickets to restrict Australia's first-innings lead to 24 runs on the third day of the third and final Test on Monday. Captain Smith made 119 and ... Times of Oman, 1 week ago
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Australia almost doubled their previous best total of the series against Sri Lanka on Monday, but it still wasn't enough to give them the upper hand in the third Test in Colombo. Just before stumps on day three, the tourists were bowled out for ...GWN7 - Yahoo7, 1 week ago Sri Lanka elect to bat against Australia Yahoo! Finance, 1 week ago Sri Lanka elect to bat against Aussies in Galle France24, 3 weeks ago Cricket: Sri Lanka elect to bat against Australia in Galle The Gulf Today, 3 weeks ago
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, 9:53 pm Australia will resume at 1-141 on day three of the third Test in reply to Sri Lanka's 355. Australia almost doubled their previous best total of the series against Sri Lanka on Monday, but it still wasn't enough to give them the ...Yahoo! News Australia, 1 week ago
COLOMBO - Dhananjaya de Silva scored his maiden Test century Saturday to steer Sri Lanka's revival from a precarious position to 214 for five at stumps against Australia on first day of the final Test in Colombo. De Silva and Dinesh Chandimal put ...The Nation Pakistan, 1 week ago De Silva leads Sri Lanka fightback with maiden hundred Times of Oman, 1 week ago
GALLE - Off-spinner Dilruwan Perera bagged six wickets to fashion Sri Lanka's historic series win over Australia Saturday as the world number one side suffered a humiliating 229-run loss inside three days in the second Test in Galle. Australia, ...The Nation Pakistan, 2 weeks ago Perera hits Aussies for six as Sri Lanka wrap up series win Gulf Times, 2 weeks ago Perera wrecks Australia as Sri Lanka seal series Times of Oman, 2 weeks ago
Galle, Sri Lanka—Remember the way this series began? Angelo Mathews won the toss and chose to bat in Pallekele, and his men were bundled out for 117. They failed even to survive 35 overs. Eight days of cricket later, the series has been decided, ...Pakistan Observer, 2 weeks ago Perera bowls Sri Lanka to series triumph Sri Lanka Daily News, 2 weeks ago
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Sri Lanka's captain Angelo Mathews, 2R), wicketkeeper Dinesh Chandimal,(L), cricketer Kusal Mendis (2L) and cricketer Kaushal Silva (R) celebrate the wicket of Australian cricketer Peter Nevill (C) during the third day of the second Test match ...Qatar Peninsula, 2 weeks ago Mendis gives Sri Lanka edge against Australia The Nation Pakistan, 2 weeks ago Sri Lanka vs Australia 2nd Test Business Recorder, 2 weeks ago Mendis, Herath seal Sri Lanka win over Australia Pakistan Observer, 3 weeks ago
GALLE - Sri Lanka took three late wickets as they tightened the screws on Australia in the second Test in Galle Friday after setting the tourists a daunting target of 413 to save the series. At the end of an action-packed second day, which saw ...The Nation Pakistan, 2 weeks ago Cricket: Herath hat-trick wrecks Australia, Sri Lanka sense victory Times of Oman, 2 weeks ago Australia v Sri Lanka: Rangana Herath claims hat-trick as tourists rolled for 106 WA Today, 2 weeks ago
The football sage Jonathan Wilson once famously, if apocryphally, remarked to some consternation and merriment that "goals are overrated. You could adapt his comment probably to some consternation and merriment to Test cricket by saying the ...Firstpost.com, 3 weeks ago Lanka spinners corner Aussies in tricky chase The Nation Pakistan, 3 weeks ago Aussies build up lead over Sri Lankans The Nation Pakistan, 4 weeks ago Sri Lanka bat first against Australia in first Test Breitbart.com, 4 weeks ago
KANDY: Having arrived in Sri Lanka with much optimism, Australia was dealt a major reality check when they were flummoxed by spin and crashed to a 106-run defeat in the first Test. Resuming day five needing 185 to win at the Pallekele Stadium with ...WA Today, 3 weeks ago Australia crumble but fight for draw in first Test Sydney Morning Herald, 3 weeks ago Australia v Sri Lanka first Test: Tourists crumble but fight for draw in first Test Sydney Morning Herald, 3 weeks ago Defeat looms in first Test for Australia Melbourne Age, 3 weeks ago
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