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BAN Vs SL, Second Test: Asitha Fernando Stars In Sri Lanka’s Series-Clinching Win Over Bangladesh

BAN Vs SL, Second Test: Asitha Fernando Stars In Sri Lanka’s Series-Clinching Win Over Bangladesh

Asitha Fernando returned match figures of 10/144 as Sri Lanka defeated Bangladesh by 10 wickets in the second Test to win series 1-0.

27 May 2022
BAN Vs SL, Second Test: Bangladesh 34/4, Trail Sri Lanka By 107 At Day 4 Stumps

BAN Vs SL, Second Test: Bangladesh 34/4, Trail Sri Lanka By 107 At Day 4 Stumps

Angelo Mathews' 145 not out and Dinesh Chandimal's 124 helped Sri Lanka get a first-innings lead of 141 on Thursday.

26 May 2022

BAN Vs SL, 2nd Test: Mushfiqur Rahim’s Unbeaten 175 Helps Bangladesh Post 365, Sri Lanka 143/2 On Day 2

Dimuth Karunaratne (70 not out) and Kasun Rajitha will resume the Sri Lanka innnings on Day 3 of the second Test against Bangladesh.

BAN Vs SL, 1st Test: Tamil Iqbal Century Takes Bangladesh To 318/3 At Stumps On Day 3

BAN Vs SL, 1st Test: Tamil Iqbal Century Takes Bangladesh To 318/3 At Stumps On Day 3

Mushfiqur Rahim (53 not out) and Liton Das (54 not out) will resume the Bangladesh innings on Day 4 of the first Test against Sri Lanka in Chattogram.

17 May 2022

BAN Vs SL, First Test, Day 2: Bangladesh 76/0 At Stumps, Trail Sri Lanka By 321 Runs

Sri Lanka all-rounder Angelo Mathews (199 runs) and Bangladesh spinner Nayeem Hasan (6/105) starred on Monday.

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15 May 2022
BAN Vs SL, 1st Test: Angelo Mathews’ Unbeaten Century Takes Sri Lanka To 258/4 On Day 1

BAN Vs SL, 1st Test: Angelo Mathews’ Unbeaten Century Takes Sri Lanka To 258/4 On Day 1

Sri Lanka were 66/2 when Angelo Mathews came in to bat and took the team out of hot water with Kusal Mendis who scored 54 runs.


09 April 2022
Sri Lanka Cricket Appoints Chris Silverwood As Head Coach Of Men's Team

Sri Lanka Cricket Appoints Chris Silverwood As Head Coach Of Men's Team

Chris Silverwood, who was appointed as head coach of England men's team in October 2019, was sacked from his post in February after the country's Ashes loss.


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