Andrew Fidel Fernando

Andrew Fidel Fernando is ESPNcricinfo's Sri Lanka correspondent. @andrewffernando

Sri Lanka celebrated passionately after clinching a last-ball win against Australia

World Cup 2015: Sri Lanka

Rivals, equals

Australia's slights - many of them perceived - used to fuel Sri Lankan ire but the antagonism has cooled

Mitchell Johnson picks up Lahiru Thirimanne

World Cup 2015: Sri Lanka

Jayawardene unfazed by Australia's pace attack

Sri Lanka's away matches against Australia have always loomed as a trial-by-pace for the top order, but although the opposition bowlers are quick, that does not necessarily make them menacing, according to Mahela Jayawardene

The Craggery Range winery

A daft aroma, an ignorant finish

There is plenty to see and do around Napier - lovely ocean views, a gannet colony, a water park, cycling tracks through the sun-bathed countryside - but it's the Hawke's Bay's wine that is world famous

Dimuth Karunaratne was lbw for 5 on his return to ODIs

World Cup: Sri Lanka

Karunaratne out of World Cup with broken finger

The ICC Event Technical Committee has approved legspinning-allrounder Seekkuge Prasanna as a replacement for injured batsman Dimuth Karunaratne

Shaiman Anwar plays a pull

Pakistan v UAE, World Cup 2015, Group B, Napier

Tauqir lauds 'Sir Viv' Anwar

UAE captain Mohammad Tauqir believed the fact that his side had played out the full 50 overs in a steep chase against Pakistan was a big positive for the side

Misbah-ul-Haq hammers a slog sweep on his way to 65

Pakistan v UAE, World Cup 2015, Group B, Napier

Pakistan batsmen craft huge win

Hopes that this Pakistan team is capable of as dramatic and irrepressible a surge as that which won the 1992 World Cup will be momentarily boosted by the 129-run victory over UAE, but a truer test awaits them at Eden Park on Saturday

Take off: Shahid Afridi stretches while fielding

Pakistan v UAE, World Cup 2015, Group B, Napier

Pakistan seek more points in packed week

Pakistan are playing their second of three games in the space of a week. Having earned their first points of the tournament against Zimbabwe on Sunday, they will seek to climb the group against UAE

Lahiru Thirimanne and Kumar Sangakkara congratulate Sachithra Senanayake

World Cup 2015: Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka's slow Asian death technique thwarted

Their bowlers have had immense success by slowly strangling oppositions at home, but pitches in the World Cup are not conducive for that tactic

Lahiru Thirimanne roars after becoming the youngest Sri Lankan to score a World Cup century

England v Sri Lanka, World Cup 2015, Group A, Wellington

The bunny bites back

James Anderson had tormented Lahiru Thirimanne on their previous meetings but the roles were emphatically reversed in Wellington