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    A thread for fans of the Sri Lankan cricket team!


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    ICC CWC LIVE: 1st SF, SL vs NZ



    New Zealand will be playing their sixth World Cup semis today, but can they spoil an All-Asian final in Mumbai?

    It is hard to imagine Muttiah Muralitharan won’t be playing his last international game in front of his home crowd on Tuesday. There is nothing like retiring amidst your own passionate fans. But if Kumar Sangakkara is to be believed, Murali is fighting two injuries and may have to be benched.

    http://www.espnstar.com/cricket/icc-...-SF,-SL-vs-NZ/
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    Sri Lanka beat NZ to World Cup final



    March 30, 2011 - 4:34AM

    Sri Lanka reached their second successive World Cup final on Tuesday, clearing the tournament decks for India and Pakistan's heavyweight collision.

    Sri Lanka, the 1996 champions and runners-up to Australia in 2007, overcame a worrying wobble to beat New Zealand by five wickets in Colombo and will tackle either India or Pakistan in Saturday's final in Mumbai.

    Having dismissed the Black Caps for just 217, Sri Lanka reached 220-5 with 13 balls to spare but only after a nervy conclusion.

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    Tillakaratne Dilshan (73) and skipper Kumar Sangakkara (54) put on 120 for the second wicket before Sri Lanka lost three quick wickets to slump from 4-160 to 4-169.

    But a limping Angelo Mathews (14) and Thilan Samaraweera (23) eventually saw their team home.

    Victory also prolonged Muttiah Muralitharan's international career by one more game after the veteran off-spinner, who'll retire after the tournament, had marked his last appearance in Sri Lanka with two wickets.

    In keeping with his dramatic career, the 38-year-old record-setting bowler took a wicket off the last ball of his final over on home soil when he had top scorer Scott Styris (57) lbw to send the 38,000-crowd at the R. Premadasa stadium into wild celebrations.

    New Zealand, playing in their sixth semi-final, lost their last seven wickets for just 56 runs.

    http://news.theage.com.au/breaking-n...330-1ceym.html

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    Statbox: India vs Sri Lanka in World Cup final



    Facts and figures relating to the World Cup final between India and Sri Lanka slated to be held at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Saturday.

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/s...ow/7840858.cms

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