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Cricket: Sri Lanka

India gear up for final turn

*The sprawling Maharashtra Cricket Association stadium, which will become India's 25th venue to host a Test on Thursday, sizzled at 34 degrees centigrade on Wednesday -- the gentle but dry heat..
Deccan Herald

Cricket-Australia beat Sri Lanka to avoid Twenty20 series whitewash

Australia beat Sri Lanka by 41 runs in their final Twenty20 game on Wednesday, avoiding a whitewash in the three-match series and salvaging some pride.
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

Videos for Cricket: Sri Lanka

News video: BCCI CONGRATULATES INDIAN EVES FOR WINNING WC  QUALIFIER

BCCI CONGRATULATES INDIAN EVES FOR WINNING WC QUALIFIER 00:54

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) congratulated the Indian Women's Cricket Team for winning the ICC Women's World Cup Qualifier 2017, in Sri Lanka.
Source: nnis Sports English -

News video: SOUTH AFRICA RECLAIM NO.1 ODI RANKINGS

SOUTH AFRICA RECLAIM NO.1 ODI RANKINGS 00:52

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.
Source: nnis Sports English -

News video: Graeme Smith's Baby Attends A Cricket Game

Graeme Smith's Baby Attends A Cricket Game 00:33

Sources report tar athlete, Graeme Smith's baby boy has already attended his first cricket match. Sebastien's first day at the cricket. Always my favourite test," Graeme stated on Instagram. Smith and..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Ponting Joins Australia’s T20 Coaching Team

Ponting Joins Australia’s T20 Coaching Team 00:36

Former Test skipper Ricky Ponting has been appointed as an assistant coach to the Australia T20 international squad for the next month’s series against Sri Lanka, Cricket Australia said.
Source: nnis Sports English -

News video: Amla Is The 10,000th Lbw Victim In Test Cricket

Amla Is The 10,000th Lbw Victim In Test Cricket 02:04

South African batsman Hashim Amla became the 10,000th LBW victim in Test cricket when he was dismissed for a score of 48 by Sri Lanka’s Nuwan Pradeep during the first match of their ongoing Test..
Source: nnis Sports English -

 

Australia v/s Sri Lanka | 3rd T20: Live Streaming and where to watch in India

*Australia v/s Sri Lanka* *Time: 2.20 pm (IST - Wednesday)* *On TV: Star Sports 2 and Star Sports 2 HD* *Live Streaming: Hotstar.com* Sri Lanka opener Niroshan Dickwella has been banned..
DNA

#INDvAUS: Preview to the series opener as buoyant India take on aggressive Australia

On a fairytale 19-match unbeaten streak, India would seek extension of their incredible dominance on home turf when they clash against an aggressive Australia in the four-Test series, beginning in Pune..
DNA

Live cricket: Australia v Sri Lanka, third Twenty20

Follow our ball-by-ball live tracker as Australia seeks revenge after losing two matches on the last ball.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe AgeCricBuzz

Buoyant India take on aggressive Australia in series opener

*On a fairytale 19-match unbeaten streak, India would seek extension of their incredible dominance on home turf when they clash against an aggressive Australia in the four-Test series, beginning here..
Deccan Herald

BCCI congratulates Indian Team for winning ICC Women's World Cup Qualifier 2017

22 Feb 2017The BCCI has congratulated the Indian Women's Cricket Team for winning the ICC Women's World Cup Qualifier 2017 tournament, in Sri Lanka. In the final against South Africa at the P.
All India Radio Also reported by •DNA

India wins on last ball of Women's WCup qualifying final

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) " Hamanpreet Kaur hit a six and ran briskly for two runs during the last two balls to steal a tense one-wicket win for India over South Africa in the final of the Women's..
New Zealand Herald

Bangladesh recall Mustafizur Rahman for Sri Lanka test series

Dhaka, Feb 21: Bangladesh today recalled their left-arm fast bowler Mustafizur Rahman in a 16-man squad for the upcoming two-Test series in Sri Lanka after his prolonged injury lay-off. The 21-year-old..
Oneindia Also reported by •SuperSport

Sport24.co.za | Bangladesh recall Mustafizur for SL Tests

Bangladesh have recalled their left-arm fast bowler Mustafizur Rahman in a 16-man squad for the upcoming two-Test series in Sri Lanka.
News24 Also reported by •SuperSport

Bangladesh recall &#039;fit-again&#039; pacer Mustafizur Rahman for Test series against Sri Lanka

The 21-year-old has struggled on the international stage since returning from a shoulder injury he sustained in July last year, while bowling for Sussex in the English T20 tournament.
Zee News

`Fit-again` Mustafizur Rahman recalled for Lanka Tests

Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman has been recalled in the 16-member Test squad for the two-match series against Sri Lanka beginning March 7 at the Galle International Cricket Stadium.
DNA

Australia vs Sri Lanka: Niroshan Dickwella suspended for showing dissent during second T20I against Aussies

Dickwella was punished after he paused to view the replay, kicked the turf and stared over his shoulder "for a prolonged period of time", an International Cricket Council statement said.
Zee News

Dickwella banned for misconduct

dickwella banned for misconduct
Sri Lanka opener Niroshan Dickwella has been banned for two limited-over matches after his latest breach of ICC code of conduct, the International Cricket Council said on Tuesday.
SuperSport

Cricket-Sri Lanka's Dickwella gets two-match ban for another misconduct

Sri Lanka opener Niroshan Dickwella has been banned for two limited-over matches after his latest breach of ICC code of conduct, the International Cricket Council said on Tuesday.
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

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