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Second Test

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 2005-06

2006: Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 2005-06

Charlie Austin

First Test

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 2005-06

2006: Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 2005-06

Charlie Austin

Second Test

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 2005-06

2006: Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 2005-06

Charlie Austin

Third One-Day International

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 2005-06

2006: Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 2005-06

Charlie Austin

Second One-Day International

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 2005-06

2006: Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 2005-06

Charlie Austin

First One-Day International

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 2005-06

2006: Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 2005-06

Charlie Austin

Series Review

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 2005-06

2006: Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 2005-06

Charlie Austin

Bangladesh in Sri Lanka, 2005-06

Bashar calls Sri Lanka tour 'worst ever'

Sep 27, 2005: Habibul Bashar, the Bangladesh captain, has said the series against Sri Lanka was the worst tour he has undertaken since becoming captain

ESPNcricinfo staff

The Friday column

Left-arm swing and minnow-bashing

Sep 23, 2005: Sri Lanka's high percentage of matches against Zimbabwe and Bangladesh, and left-arm seamers against them

S Rajesh

Bangladesh in Sri Lanka, 2005-06

I will quit only when not wanted - Whatmore

Sep 22, 2005: Dav Whatmore, the Bangladesh coach, said he would quit only when he feels he is not doing his best to improve Bangladesh

AFP

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Colombo, 3rd day

Bangladesh crash to innings defeat

Sep 22, 2005: Sri Lanka skittled Bangladesh out for 197 to wrap up the second Test at the P Saravanamuttu Stadium in Colombo by an innings and 69 runs

The Bulletin by Charlie Austin

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Colombo, 2nd day

Fernando burst sinks Bangladesh

Sep 21, 2005: Bangladesh are staring at their second three-day defeat of the series as they finished on 131 for 4

The Bulletin by Charlie Austin

Jayasuriya - 100 Test caps

Sanath Jayasuriya - the modest marauder

Sep 20, 2005: Sanath Jayasuriya may well be bad-headed and 36, but he's still sharp-eyed, extremely fit and hungry for more success

Charlie Austin

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Colombo, 1st day

Samaraweera and Dilshan batter Bangladesh

Sep 20, 2005: Tillakaratne Dilshan and Thilan Samaraweera scored superb hundreds to rescue Sri Lanka after a dreadful start and take them to a a gargantuan 449 for 7 in the second and final Test

The Bulletin by Charlie Austin

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Colombo

Moody aims for killer instinct

Sep 19, 2005: Tom Moody wants Sri Lanka to finish their series against Bangladesh with a convincing win

The Preview by Charlie Austin

Sanath Jayasuriya's 100th Test

A century with a difference

Sep 19, 2005: On Tuesday, Sanath Jayasuriya, who is now 36, will become the first Sri Lankan cricketer to play 100 Test matches

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 1st Test, Colombo

Atapattu defends Bangladesh's Test status

Sep 14, 2005: Marvan Atapattu, the Sri Lankan captain, refused to join calls for Bangladesh to be stripped of Test status

AFP

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 1st Test, Colombo, 3rd day

Murali spins Sri Lanka to victory

Sep 14, 2005: Sri Lanka comfortably beat Bangladesh in the first Test at Colombo

Charlie Austin

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 1st Test, Colombo, 2nd day

Bangladesh are looking down the barrel

Sep 13, 2005: Sri Lanka wiped out a small first innings deficit and reached lunch on 254 for 4

The Bulletin by Charlie Austin

Bangladesh in Sri Lanka 2005-06

Atapattu to go full throttle against Bangladesh

Sep 11, 2005: Sri Lanka has no plans to experiment with his team against Bangladesh

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Tour Results
Sri Lanka v Bangladesh at Colombo (PSS) - Sep 20-22, 2005
Sri Lanka won by an innings and 69 runs
Sri Lanka v Bangladesh at Colombo (RPS) - Sep 12-14, 2005
Sri Lanka won by an innings and 96 runs
Sri Lanka v Bangladesh at Colombo (RPS) - Sep 4, 2005
Sri Lanka won by 6 wickets (with 148 balls remaining) (D/L method)
Sri Lanka v Bangladesh at Colombo (RPS) - Sep 2, 2005
Sri Lanka won by 75 runs
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