Srilanka vs Australia in Sri Lanka : 3 T20I, 5 ODI & 2 Test (June 07-July 11, 2022)

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Cameron Green ( Half century*) & Vice captain Carey (45) put on 84 for the 6th wicket

Australia gained Slender Lead now


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321 all out

Pat Cummins 16 ball 26 (3 sixes), Carey 45, Khawaja 71, Green 77, Extra 26.


Bowler O M R W
Asitha 8.5/1/37/2
D Silva 5 0 8 1
Ramesh 32 0 112 4
(10/0/68/2: Vandersay ( Debut) & Embuldenia none for 73),Smith Run out

Aus gained lead of 109
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Angelo Mathews has been ruled out of the game due to COVID. Oshada Fernando is his replacement.
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SL captain smashed 15 ball 23 >> 37/0 >> All out 113(extra16, Karunaratne 23 hits 4 -4'S off MS)( Lyon (436 test wkts)9 wkts in match)

Bowler -O M R W
Starc -2 0 23 0
Lyon -11 1 31 4
Swepson -7/0/34/2.
Head -2.5/0/10/ 4

Aus 10/0

Won by 10 wkts

🥰Lyon(433*) Equal with Herath (433) for test wkts
He broke kapil's record as well (434) with 4 fer as SL blow away




Australi's all 6th victory in SL vs SL when home team bats First only in 2002 Aus beat pak at Colombo when pak bats first
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😍Cameron Green (77 runs)
MOM❤️

Aus 1/0 in 2 match series
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😂😂😂😂😂😂
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Australia eye series sweep amid conditions curiosity
July 07 2022

Even though it's been nearly a week since the visitors polished off the Sri Lankans in the first Test, the only thing you feel that could change the status quo of the contest is if the pitch this time does anything differently
Even though it's been nearly a week since the visitors polished off the Sri Lankans in the first Test, the only thing you feel that could change the status quo of the contest is if the pitch this time does anything differently
Maybe Pat Cummins was just semi-joking when he wondered out aloud on Thursday (July 7) if there was anyone around in Galle who's good at reading pitches and who'd help him out. His self-deprecatory jibe at himself being "hopeless" at it aside, it wasn't surprising to hear the Australian Test captain sounding very eager and at the same time curious as to what the surface for the second Test would offer. So much so that he even ended up dropping a hint as to an unexpected change with Glenn Maxwell looked at as a possible inclusion in place of Mitchell Starc.

For, nobody really seems to know. Would it be a rank-turner like the one we saw last week? Could it possibly be the other kind of surface that Galle can throw up, the one where batters can book themselves in for a couple of days if needed without any worry of getting out. Or is there a possibility of it being an actual menace where the batters literally have no chance.

Even though it's been nearly a week since the visitors polished off the Sri Lankans in the first Test, the only thing you feel that could change the status quo of the contest is if the pitch this time does anything differently or more extremely. Every other aspect of the match-up puts Australia as firm favourites to do a clean-sweep and win yet again without having to drag the match too deep.

If anything, Sri Lanka's plight has only worsened since their disastrous collapse in the second innings with a spate of Covid cases having derailed an already brittle campaign. Ironically, Sri Lanka's best chance you'd think is perhaps in somehow hitting the Aussies with a series of surprises in terms of personnel. They have after all assembled a squad that's still 17-member strong despite three of the players from the first Test missing due to having contracted the virus, and one having been dropped.

The Australians, meanwhile, have made the most of the extended break that they granted themselves owing to the manner in which they finished the hosts off last week, It's involved them finally being out and about, after two years of tight bubbles, making the most of the wonderful scenery in this beautiful part of Sri Lanka, and a few interesting encounters with monkeys and snakes.

They've also had two full days of training where they seem to have prepared for any kind of eventuality in terms of the surface, whether it's one off which the ball monkeys around a bit or if it's an outright snake-pit. We'll find out and so will they as this dramatic tour reaches its last leg starting Friday (July 8).

When: Sri Lanka v Australia, 2nd Test, July 8 to July 12, 10.00 hrs Local Time, 14:30 hrs AEST, 10:00 hrs IST

Where: Galle International Stadium, Galle

What to expect: There haven't been too many major showers over the last week or so since that scary storm created mayhem at the Galle International Stadium. And there aren't expected to be many over the next five days, spare the customary one that will pelt down till the sea breeze blows it away. Cummins felt that the surface was firmer than the one they played on in the first Test. That could mean more hard work for the bowlers, but it'll be what's on top that matters and we won't have to wait too long to find out. Like we saw last week, the first delivery from Nathan Lyon should tell us how long this Test will last.

Team News

Sri Lanka

While losing Dhananjaya de Silva is a major blow, considering the balance he brings to the Sri Lankan side, his unfortunate absence alongside that of Jeffrey Vandersay and Asitha Fernando, does open the door for a rather exciting bowling attack. Dunith Wellalage was a revelation during the ODIs and deserves his Test cap at 19. To see how Maheesh Theekshana, who hasn't played first class cricket in nearly 3 years, goes in the longer format in helpful conditions is a tantalising prospect and could well pose some very interesting questions to the Aussie batters. And then you have young Kamindu Mendis who'll come in as a batter but can also bowl spin using both hands

Probable XI: Dimuth Karunaratne (c), Pathum Nissanka, Kusal Mendis, Angelo Mathews, Kamindu Mendis/Oshada Fernando, Dinesh Chandimal, Niroshan Dickwella (wk), Ramesh Mendis, Dunith Wellalage, Kasun Rajitha, Maheesh Theekshana

Australia

Like Theekshana, Maxwell hasn't played first-class cricket for 2.5 years but certainly has a lot more pedigree in this format than the young Sri Lankan spinner. It'll be a very popular recall if it were to happen and could add a lot of excitement to what promises to be another thrill-a-minute Test match.

Probable XI: David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Steve Smith, Travis Head, Cameron Green, Alex Carey (wk), Mitchell Starc/Glenn Maxwell, Pat Cummins (c), Nathan Lyon, Mitchell Swepson

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Australia have won the toss and have opted to bat

Meanwhile, Sri Lanka have announced three debutants.

😍Prabath Jayasuriya

😍Kamindu
Mendis

😍Meheesh Theekshana

have got their maiden caps!

Australian opener D. Warner (5 Bowled by Rajitha) & Usman Khawaja (37 Bowled by Ramesh) perished
By Lunch

I guess still adventage Oz 'cause win toss bats first at Galle Favour batting team

Just before Lunch Dickwella missed Stumping chance offer by Labuschagne when Batsman was on 28 off Ramesh

Aus now 140/2*
Labuschagne 72*
S. Smith 21*

Score DBl From 70/2 into 141/2
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Stroke of tea when Labu Become Debutant Prabath Jayasurya's Maiden test wicket, Labu (104) put on 134 with smith (51*)

Aus 203/3 at tea
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Steve Smith Equal Root, Amla & M.Clarke with 28th Test Century

So S. Smith's 1st century came after 16th test innings

Aus At Close : 298/5* (90 overs)

Khawaja 37,Labu 104, S.Smith 109 not out, Carey 16*

Debutant Prabath Jayasurya 3 for 90,
Ramesh 1 for 100,
Rajitha 1 for 73,
(Theekshana on debut 15/2/45/0 koz of Sloppy keeping of Dickwella)

Leading test run scorer for oz
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Smith (8125*) only 500/525 runs away to catch up with M. Clarke & Hayden in Aggregates of Career runs
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Australia 364 all out
Khawaja 37, Smith 145 not out
Carey 28, Labu 104


Rajitha :25/4/70/2
Mendis :33/1 / 117 / 1
Theekshana:16/2/48/1
P Jayasuriya: 36/3/118/6 on Debut.
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