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Sri Lanka celebrate victory over South Africa

Sri Lanka has pulled off a sensational 208 run victory over South Africa at Kingsmead to level the three-Test series one-all.

Odds against Sri Lanka in South Africa

The odds seem stacked against the Sri Lankan cricket team with a three-day match against a South African Invitation XI which starts on Friday.

Sri Lanka struggles without Murali magic

Sri Lanka star Kumar Sangakkara has called on his side to find "new ways of winning Tests" after a 1-0 series loss to England.

Sri Lanka give Murali final standing ovation

Thousands of Sri Lankan fans on Tuesday gave their hero Muttiah Muralitharan a final standing ovation after the home team reached the World Cup final.

Malinga ready for return to add to Kenya’s problems

Sri Lanka are expected to welcome the return of fast bowler Lasith Malinga to their ranks when they meet Kenya on Tuesday.

Muralitharan claims 800th Test wicket

Muttiah Muralitharan of Sri Lanka reached the 800-wicket mark with his last delivery in Test cricket on Thursday.

Retiring Muralitharan says his time is up

Cricket great Muttiah Muralitharan said on Wednesday he was retiring from Tests because he had nothing left to strive for.

Murali: Howard has to win over ICC’s Asian nations

Muttiah Muralitharan said on Wednesday that John Howard faces difficulty winning over South Asian cricket nations as the new head of the ICC.

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