Colombo -- Fourth and Last Quarter Final of ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Sri Lanka vs England
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Colombo -- Fourth and Last Quarter Final of ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Sri Lanka vs England

Colombo : Sri Lanka | Mar 25, 2011 at 1:03 PM PDT
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Colombo: Three teams selected for ICC Cricket World Cup Semi final and fourth decide today in this match England vs Sri Lanka in Colombo this is day/night match and world cup match number 46th.winner of this match will play against New Zealand in First Quarter final.

Timing of the match: Local: 14:30, GMT: 09:00, PST: 14:00.

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