Sri Lanka

Pakistan surge to third position in ICC Test rankings

The record chase of 377 made by Pakistan against Sri Lanka on day five of the final Test in Pallekele ensured them a third spot in the latest Test rankings released by the International Cricket Council.
7 July 2015

Majestic Younis Khan leads Pakistan to phenomenal victory - Cricket World TV

In our latest cricket TV news update, we look back on the third and final Test between Pakistan and Sri Lanka in Pallekele, where a record-breaking innings by Younis Khan sealed the series for Pakistan.
7 July 2015

Pakistan take series with scintillating chase

Younis Khan finished with an unbeaten 171 to guide Pakistan to 382 for three, their biggest successful fourth innings chase, to win the third Test by seven wickets in Pallekele and with it, the series against Sri Lanka 2-1.
7 July 2015

Brilliance from Younis and Masood take Pakistan closer to series win

Shan Masood and Younis Khan hit unbeaten tons to put up the biggest fourth innings partnership in Tests for Pakistan of an unbeaten 217 to take their team from a tough position to a fighting distance from a memorable win chasing 377, at stumps on day four of the final Test against Sri Lanka.
6 July 2015

Sri Lanka bat themselves into driving seat

Angelo Mathews played a captain’s knock to hold the Sri Lankan innings together and take his team to a lead of 291 runs after Pakistan were bundled out for just 215 on day three of the third Test in Pallekele.
5 July 2015

Kumar Sangakkara - The end is nigh for a great career

If Arjuna Ranatunga added mettle to the Sri Lankan side and Mahela Jayawardene added finesse, Kumar Sangakkara should be credited for the sophistication that connected the inner core and the outer sheen.
5 July 2015

Sri Lanka redeem themselves with ball on day two

Sri Lanka's pace bowlers produced a fine performance to wrestle the advantage back from Pakistan after the visitors stumbled to 209 for nine at stumps on day two of the third Test in Pallekele.
4 July 2015

Sri Lanka fritter away advantage with poor execution

Dimuth Karunaratne scored a fine century, but Sri Lanka frittered away a solid early advantage, thanks to some poor batting execution and disciplined bowling from Pakistan, finishing day one of the third Test in Pallekele on 272 for eight.
3 July 2015

Mohammad Irfan makes return to Pakistan ODI squad

The Pakistan selectors have announced a squad consisting of sixteen players, including Mohammad Irfan, for the upcoming five-match One-Day International series against Sri Lanka.
3 July 2015

All to play for in Sri Lanka-Pakistan decider - Cricket World TV

Cricket World TV previews the third and final Sri Lanka-Pakistan Test, which gets underway tomorrow (3rd July) in Pallekele.
2 July 2015

Siriwardene replaces Atapattu as Sri Lanka captain

Sri Lanka Cricket have appointed Shashikala Siriwardene as captain of the women's national team, replacing Chamari Atapattu in One-Day and Twenty20 Internationals.
30 June 2015

Sri Lanka cops fine for slow over-rate in the second Test

The International Cricket Council announced on Monday that Sri Lankan team have been fined for having maintained a slow over-rate during the second Test against Pakistan in Colombo.
30 June 2015

Sri Lanka blaze away to a series levelling win

Sri Lanka blazed away to their target of 153 in just the 27th over to level the series 1-1 and break their jinx at the P Sara Oval Stadium in Colombo after three consecutive losses, on day five of the second Test against Pakistan.
29 June 2015

Tantalising fifth day target with Sri Lanka ahead

Pakistan collapsed from 202 for two to 329 all out to set Sri Lanka a target of 153 in the fourth innings before rain made the start of the final innings impossible before stumps on day four of the second Test in Colombo.
28 June 2015

Kumar Sangakkara to retire after second Test against India

Legendary Sri Lankan cricketer Kumar Sangakkara on Saturday made a formal announcement that he will retire from international cricket after the second Test of the upcoming series against India.
27 June 2015

Pakistan erase deficit on a slow day

Pakistan are just six runs behind Sri Lanka after a solid show from their top order saw them reach 171 for two when play was called off due to bad light on day three of the second Test at P Sara Oval, Colombo.
27 June 2015

Sri Lanka in firm control in a bad Test for DRS

Yasir Shah took a five-wicket haul to become the fastest Pakistan bowler to 50 Test wickets, but couldn’t stop Sri Lanka from taking a 166-run lead with one wicket remaining, at stumps on day two of the second Test in Colombo.
26 June 2015

Fractured hand rules out Wahab Riaz from the remainder of Test series

Pakistan pace spearhead, Wahab Riaz, has been ruled out of the remainder of the Sri Lanka Test series with a fractured hand, after being hit on the glove by debutant Dushmantha Chameera, in the first day of the second Test.
26 June 2015

Sri Lanka win day one after Pakistan capitulate in two sessions

Tharindu Kaushal picked up a five wicket haul as Sri Lanka dismissed Pakistan for just 138 within two sessions without Rangana Herath having bowled a single delivery, before knocking off 70 runs with the bat late on day one of the second Test in Colombo.
25 June 2015

Pakistan turn things around for a sensational win

Yasir Shah took seven wickets to demolish Sri Lanka in their second innings and set Pakistan up for a win in the first Test at Galle by 10 wickets having to chase down 92 which they did in just 11.2 overs taking a 1-0 lead in the three match series.
21 June 2015

 
 
 
 

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