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

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109 more to win off 120 ball, Plenty of Dew possible now. Warner* in 70's


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Sri lanka need 4 wkts to win series after 1993 vs Aus at Home while Aus need 80 odd to Square series 2/2, Oh No David Warner Stumped out for 99 (112 ball)>> 3 wkts fall for 1 runs in 3 ball

Twist in the Game as Australia lost Head, Maxwell & Warner with-in 10 balls

Aus 189/4
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😂David Warner (" Only player In ODI history"> stumped Dickwella off off Dhananjya de Silva out on 99🥵)

😂John Wright (nz in test -1992 Stumped Russell off Tufnell ) &

😂Maqsood Ahmed(pakistan, Stumped Narendra Tamhane off Gupte (test< 1955)


🤣sachin Tendulkar only Batsman Dismissed 99 as many as 3 Times (All 3 IN ODI)🤣


Below link out on 99 in ODI (1980-2022*)
https://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/conte ... 83022.html

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MISCELLANEOUS
The unlucky 99
There is nothing in cricket more disappointing than to be dismissed or left stranded on 99 in Test-except, perhaps, the trauma of bagging a 'pair' or scoring a 'duck' on debut

There is nothing in cricket more disappointing than to be dismissed or left stranded on 99 in Test-except, perhaps, the trauma of bagging a 'pair' or scoring a 'duck' on debut.


In the recent One-day International between India and Australia at Bangalore, Aussie opener Matthew Hayden became the 12th player (2nd Australians) in One-day Internationals to be dismissed on 99.

NINETY-NINERS IN ODIs

G Boycott (Eng) 99 v Australia The Oval August 20, 1980
BA Edgar (NZ) 99* v India Auckland February 14, 1981
AJ Lamb (Eng) 99 v India The Oval June 4, 1982
K Srikkanth (Ind) 99 v England Cuttack December 27, 1984
DM Jones (Aus) 99* v Sri Lanka Adelaide Jan 28, 1985
RB Richardson (WI) 99* v Pakistan Sharjah November 15, 1985
BC Broad (Eng) 99 Pakistan The Oval May 21, 1987
Rameez Raja (Pak) 99 England Karachi November 20, 1987
L Klusener (SA) 99 Sri Lanka Lahore November 8, 1997
A Flower (Zim) 99* Australia Harare October 24, 1999
RS Kaluwitharana (SL) 99 Zimbabwe Harare December 18, 1999
MS Hayden (Aus) 99 India Bangalore March 25, 2001
In Test Cricket
The feat of two players being dismissed on an individual score of 99 in the same Test is also not unusual. It happened four times in the history of the game, the first in March 1973 when as many three batsmen fell for 99 in the Karachi Test - Majid and Mushtaq in the first innings for Pakistan and Dennis Amiss for England.

Similarly, in December 1979 at Perth, Australia's Kim Hughes was out for 99 and England's Geoff Boycott was left stranded on 99 in the second innings.

The third time it was in January 1992 at Christchurch when New Zealand's Dipak Patel in the first innings and John Wright in the second were dismissed for 99. The fourth time such a dismissal happened in 1993 at Lord's when Australia's Mark Waugh was out for 99 in the first innings and England's Mike Atherton in the second innings.

Perhaps the most controversial mode of dismissal for a batsman is to be adjudged leg-before wicket on 99. It has happened six times and the victims were Eddie Paynter, Bob Christiani, Ross Edwards, Dean Jones, Richie Richardson and Novjot Sidhu. In five out of the six instances the umpire has given a home team's batsman out on LBW.

There might have been an element of doubt in the dismissals - a catch or a stumping, lbw or run out, but nothing could be more conclusive than to be clean bowled. Nine batsman (ten instances) have suffered this agony on 99 - Herbert Sutcliffe, Keith Miller, Allan Rae, Ted Dexter, Maurice Foster, Richie Richardson, Mark Waugh, Aamer Sohail, Greg Blewett (twice).

John Wright is the second player to be stumped on 99 against England at Christchurch in February 1992 after Pakistan's Maqsood Ahmed who met the same fate in January 1955 against India at Lahore. Mike Smith, Geoff Boycott, Richie Richardson, John Wright, Mike Atherton, Saleem Malik and Greg Blewett are the only seven players in cricket annals to achieve scores of 99 in a Test innings twice.

Ten batsmen caught at the wicket on 99 are Charles Macartney, Arthur Chipperfield, Bruce Mitchell, Colin McDonald, Mike Smith, Geoff Boycott, Richard Hadlee, John Wright, Michael Slater and Alistiar Campbell.

By far the most frequent mode of dismissal on a score of 99 has been by a catch held in the outfield. It has occurred on 19 times - four for Australians (Clem Hill, Bob Cowper, Ian Chappell and Kim Hughes), four times for India (Pankaj Roy, Ajit Wadekar, Rusi Surti and Saurav Ganguly), four for Pakistan (Majid Khan, Javed Miandad and Saleem Malik {twice}), thrice Englishmen (Norman Yardley, Dennis Amiss, Martyn Moxon), twice for South Africa (Aubery Faulkner, Trevor Goddard) and once each for Sri Lanka (Russell Arnold) and New Zealand (Stephen Fleming).

Eleven Englishmen have been the luckless ones to record score of 99 on 14 occasions: Dennis Amiss, Mike Atherton (twice), Geoff Boycott (twice), Ted Dexter, Graham Gooch, Martyn Moxon, Eddie Paynter, Mike Smith (twice), Herbert Sutcliffe, Alex Tudor and Norman Yardley.

Sixteen Australians (Seventeen occasions) also figure in this circle of "99": Bill Brown, Greg Blewett (Twice), Ian Chappell, Arthur Chipperfield, Bob Cowper, Ross Edwards, Clem Hill, Kim Hughes, Dean Jones, Charles Macartney, Colin McDonald, Keith Miller, Arthur Morris, Michael Slater, Mark Waugh and Steve Waugh.

Three South Africans (Aubery Faulkner, Trevor Goddard and Bruce Mitchell), Five West Indians-six occasions- (Bob Christiani, Maurice Foster, Rohan Kanhai, Allan Rae and Richie Richardson (twice), Six New Zealanders-seven occasions (John Beck, Dipak Patel, Stephan Fleming, Richard Hadlee, Mark Richardson and John Wright{twice}), Six Indians (Jaisimha, Pankaj Roy, Rusi Surti, Ajit Wadekar, Navjot Sidhu, Saurav Ganguly), Six Pakistanis-seven occasions- (Maqsood Ahmed, Majid Khan, Mushtaq Mohammad, Javed Miandad, Saleem Malik {twice}, Aamer Sohail), a Zimbabwean (Alistiar Campbell) and a Sri Lankan (Russell Arnold) are also members of " The 99"Club.

It will be observed that seven modes of dismissal were used to get the batsmen out on 99. Caught in the field 19 times, run out 10 times, caught by the wicketkeeper 10 times, bowled 10 times, leg-before seven times, stumped 3 times ( included David warner on June 21, 2022)and caught by the bowler once. This makes a total of 60 dismissals on 99.

Twenty-eight Test venues world wide have witnessed the painful spectacle of a batsmen going back to the pavilion on a score of 99 on 62 occasions:

Seventeen times in Australia: Seven in Melbourne, five in Perth, two each in Adelaide and Brisbane and one in Hobart.

Twelve times in England: Six at Lord's (London), two each in Headingley (Leeds), Trent Bridge (Nottingham), once each at The Oval (London), and Edgbaston (Birmingham).

Seven times in South Africa: Four at Cape Town, once each at Bloemfontein, Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth.

Seven times in India: Two at Bangalore, once each in Calcutta, Delhi, Kanpur, Nagpur and Madras.

Six times in Pakistan: thrice in Karachi, twice in Lahore, once at Peshawar.

Six times in New Zealand: thrice each in Auckland and in Christchurch.

Five times in West Indies: thrice in Port-of-Spain, twice in Bridgetown.

Two times in Zimbabwe: Both at Harare.

Australia's Arthur Chipperfield and West Indian Bob Christiani were dismissed for 99 on their Test debut.

The Aussies Clem Hill (the first in Test history to be dismissed for his innings at Melbourne in January 1902 with scores of 98 and 97 in each innings of the very next Test at Adelaide.

Geoff Boycott of England is the only one in Test annals to remain not out on 99, carrying his bat as an opener through a completed innings (Perth, December 1979).

Earlier, in March-April 1974 at Port-of-Spain, Boycott had achieved the unprecedented feat (never performed before or since) of scoring 99 and a century in the same Test

62 occasions on which a batsman has recorded a score of 99:




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Australia : 189/4
Australia : 254 all out

Warner 99, Carey 19, Marsh 26, Head 27, Cummins 35,

Chamika: 5/0/19/2
Silva :10/0/39/2
Vandersay: 7/0/40/2
Hasaranga /Theekshana
Wellalage & Shanaka
A wkt each

SL won by 4 runs also win ODI Series 3/1

❤️Asalanka MOM 💋

❤️❤️This is SL's first bilateral ODI series win at home over Australia in three decades. WOW!❤️
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Sort out>>> Victory by 4 runs in ODI Not many teams :( 1st 29 matches won by 1 runs ( ODI)

India
Pakistan
Westindies
South Africa
Sri lanka 2022*

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Travis Head ruled out of Tomorrow's 5th ODI with hamstring Injury😂

If Head is also ruled out of the opening Test against Sri Lanka, starting on Wednesday in Galle, then a few of the players from the Australia A squad - Marcus Harris, Matthew Renshaw and Nic Maddinson - could come into contention.

Australia A playing Un-official test vs SL A now in
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SL have won toss & they have to bats vs Aus.

Couple of changes in both side, series already won by SL
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SL openers Gunathilaka & Nissanka removed by Hazelwood

SL 80/8>> 160 (43.1)
Chamika Karunaratne 75 ball 75 bats #8, Mendis 26.

Hazle :7/3/22/2
Maxwell :10/0/38/1
M Kuhne:10/3/26/2
Cummins: 6.1/1/22/2
Green:2/0/13/1
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Aus : 50/4>> 161/6
Labu 31, Marsh 24, Carey
45*, Green 25*

Aus beat lanka with 63 ball spares


BOWLING O M R W ECON WD NB
Chamika Karunaratne
3 0 19 0 6.33 1 0
Maheesh Theekshana
10 1 26
2
2.60 4 0
Dunith Wellalage
10 0 42
3
4.20 2 0
Jeffrey Vandersay
9.3 0 46 0 4.84 0 0
Pramod Madushan
3 0 13
1
4.33 0 0
Charith Asalanka
4 0 18 0 4.50 1

Loosing team All rounder
c. Karunaratne MOM❤️

Player of the Series
Kusal Mendis

SL won 5 match ODI series 3/2 ( But no points in WC Super league)
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Mediaking 786 wrote: Fri May 27, 2022 11:54 pm 7th June 2022 01st T20I,Colombo

8th June 2022
02nd T20I,Colombo

11th June 2022
03rd T20I,Kandy

14th June 2022 01st ODI , Kandy

16th June 2022 02nd ODI, Kandy

19th June 2022 03rd ODI, Colombo

21st June 2022 04th ODI, Colombo

24th June 2022 05th ODI, Colombo

29th June to 3rd July 2022 1st Test Galle International Cricket Stadium

08th to 12th July 2022 2nd Test Galle International Cricket Stadium


Cummins rested for Sri Lanka T20Is; Harris left out of Test squad

Australia T20 squad: Aaron Finch (c), Sean Abbott, Ashton Agar, Josh Hazlewood, Josh Inglis, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Jhye Richardson, Kane Richardson, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Marcus Stoinis, Mitchell Swepson, Matthew Wade, David Warner

Australia ODI squad: Aaron Finch (c), Ashton Agar, Alex Carey, Pat Cummins, Cameron Green, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Josh Inglis, Marnus Labuschagne, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Marcus Stoinis, Mitchell Swepson, David Warner


Australia Test squad: Pat Cummins (c), Ashton Agar, Scott Boland, Alex Carey, Cameron Green, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Josh Inglis, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Nathan Lyon, Mitchell Marsh, Steve Smith (vc), Mitchell Starc, Mitchell Swepson, David Warner


Sri lankan T20I team
Lanka’s T20I squad for Australia series:
Dasun Shanaka (c), Pathum Nissanka, Danushka Gunathilaka, Kusal Mendis, Charith Asalanka, Bhanuka Rajapaksa, Nuwanidu Fernando, Lahiru Madushanka, Wanindu Hasaranga, Chamika Karunaratne, Dushmantha Chameera, Kasun Rajitha, Nuwan Thushara, Matheesha Pathirana, Ramesh Mendis, Maheesh Theekshana, Praveen Jayawickrama, Lakshan Sandakan

Sri Lanka ODI squad: Dasun Shanaka (c), Pathum Nissanka, Danushka Gunathilaka, Kusal Mendis, Charith Asalanka, Dhananjaya de Silva, Dinesh Chandimal, Bhanuka Rajapaksa, Niroshan Dickwella, Wanindu Hasaranga, Chamika Karunaratne, Dushmantha Chameera, Asitha Fernando, Nuwan Thushara, Ramesh Mendis, Maheesh Theekshana, Praveen Jayawickrama, Jeffrey Vandersay, Lahiru Madushanka, Dunith Wellalage, Pramod Madushan
Sri lanka Test team


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Sri Lanka recall Vandersay for Australia Tests
June 25 2022 by Cricbuzz Staff
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Jeffrey Vandersay has earned a recall to the Sri Lanka Test squad for the series against Australia.
Jeffrey Vandersay has earned a recall to the Sri Lanka Test squad for the series against Australia.
After having had named a provisional squad earlier, Sri Lanka have named their final 18-man squad to take on Australia for the two-Test series with a recall for uncapped Jeffrey Vandersay. Pathum Nissanka also returns to the squad, having missed the Bangladesh series due to an injury.

Squad: Dimuth Karunaratne (c), Pathum Nissanka, Oshada Fernando, Angelo Mathews, Kusal Mendis, Dhananjaya de Silva, Kamindu Mendis, Niroshan Dickwella (wk), Dinesh Chandimal (wk), Ramesh Mendis, Chamika Karunaratne, Kasun Rajitha, Vishwa Fernando, Asitha Fernando, Dilshan Madushanka, Praveen Jayawickrama, Lasith Embuldeniya, Jeffrey Vandersaa

Travis Head ruled out for test team with Groin injury while a
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