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Where beautiful four-lane highways and herds of water buffalo co-exist in strength. Where wild elephants rule the roads, and three-foot cobras are among the pedestrians. Where vast flocks of birds have, for thousands of years, thoughtlessly chosen to
July 2, 2014 Southern Express 161 for 8 (Mubarak 34, Gunaratne 3-19, Mendis 3-27) beat Udarata Rulers 157 for 9 (Tharanga 62, Jayasuriya 51, Pathirana 3-27) by four runs Scorecard and ball-by-ball details Allrounder Sachith Pathirana grabbed three
England captain Alistair Cook fell for 17 as Sri Lanka left the hosts at 98-3 at lunch on Thursday's opening day of the first test at Lord's, after the tourists won the toss and elected to bowl on a green pitch. Debutant Sam Robson departed for only
Peter Moores' honeymoon period lasted all of one match and after Sunday's inexplicit annihilation at Chester-le-Street, England are back to square one in their quest to win back hearts and minds of the British public. Slaughterings on a torrid tour
Barbadian all-rounder Chris Jordan produced brilliant all-round bursts both with bat and ball to fire England to an 81-run victory under the Duckworth/Lewis (D/L) method in the rain-hit opening ODI of the five-match series against Sri Lanka here.
Armed with the most potent yorker in the game, Lasith Malinga has justifiably created a reputation of being the Grim Reaper of opposition batsmen in T20 cricket. Still, when you think death overs, it's not the slinging Sri Lankan and his toe-crushers
When Sunil Narine has the ball in his hand things tend to happen in the middle...In the final of the previous edition of the World T20 in Colombo, Narine finished with figures of three for nine to help West Indies defend 137. On Wednesday, Narine
Mashrafe Mortaza 's first tilt at captaincy started and finished by falling at the crease in 2009 and 2010. As a stopgap captain in place of Mushfiqur Rahim, he has made the most imaginative attempt by a Bangladeshi captain. With only 120 runs to
An ankle injury has ruled Lahiru Thirimanne out of the remainder of the three-Test series against Pakistan. Thirimanne, who twisted his right ankle, joined seam bowler Nuwan Kulasekara, who suffered an injured hamstring, on the flight back to Sri
Big Picture Two matches into the series, there is little to pick between the sides. As clashes between these two often go, the cricket has been as entertaining as it has been tense. Both innings in the last match ebbed, flowed, stagnated and resurged.