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Australia lose to Sri Lanka in last-ball T20 thriller

MailOnline Friday, 17 February 2017
Australia lose to Sri Lanka in last-ball T20 thrillerSri Lanka were in control at 151-3 in the 18th over before Ashton Turner took the two wickets. The score was tied on the last delivery, when Kapugedera drove through the covers to win.
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South Africa via their 88 runs victory in the fifth and the final ODI against Sri Lanka, has moved above Australia and into the top spot in the ICC ODI Rankings for teams.

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