Australia v Sri Lanka 2007-08

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Jayawardene prepares for extra attention

Sri Lanka's batsmen plan change of attack

Nov 4, 2007: Sri Lanka's batsmen stuttered during the four-wicket loss to Queensland and Mahela Jayawardene was limping with a sore heel

Peter English in Brisbane

Queensland v Sri Lankans, Brisbane, 3rd day

Bowlers lift spirits after giving Queensland a scare

Nov 4, 2007: The Sri Lankans finished their final tour match before the opening Test with a confidence boost after giving Queensland a scare in the four-wicket loss

The Bulletin by Peter English in Brisbane

Queensland v Sri Lankans, Brisbane, 2nd day

'Perfect timing' for Johnson's Test debut

Nov 3, 2007: Andy Bichel has not been put off by Mitchell Johnson's slow start to the domestic season and feels he is in the perfect position to make his Test debut

Peter English in Brisbane

Queensland v Sri Lankans, Brisbane, 2nd day

Top order struggles haunt Sri Lankans

Nov 3, 2007: The Sri Lankans' Test preparations suffered another severe wobble when their top order collapsed for the second time against Queensland

The Bulletin by Peter English in Brisbane

Batsman speaks about selection controversy

ICL still part of Atapattu's plans

Nov 2, 2007: Marvan Atapattu accepted an invitation from Sri Lanka's sports minister to tour Australia only after checking his diary to make sure the trip didn't interrupt his plans for November

Peter English

Queensland v Sri Lankans, Brisbane, 1st day

Sri Lanka's bowlers fight back after top-order failure

Nov 2, 2007: Sri Lanka's batsmen missed a crucial opportunity to adjust to the Queensland conditions ahead of next week's Test

The Bulletin by Peter English in Brisbane
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