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Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2005-06

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First Test

Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2005-06

2007: Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2005-06

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Third One-Day International

Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2005-06

2007: Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2005-06

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Second One-Day International

Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2005-06

2007: Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2005-06

Charlie Austin

First One-Day International

Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2005-06

2007: Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2005-06

Charlie Austin

Series Review

Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2005-06

2007: Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2005-06

Charlie Austin

Vice-captain confident of good showing in England

Beating SL better than England and India, says Younis

Apr 10, 2006: Younis rated the recent Test and ODI series win over Sri Lanka as the best of Pakistan's recent wins, including those at home against England and India

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The Friday column

The new and improved Ntini

Apr 7, 2006: Makhaya Ntini has shown over the last 15 months that he can crank it up against the best batsmen in the world, while Pakistan's ability to come back from the dead was confirmed at Kandy

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Pakistan look to protect their ace bowler from burnout

Woolmer hails Asif the matchwinner

Apr 6, 2006: Mohammad Asif already has the makings of a legend

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Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kandy, 3rd day

'It was totally disappointing' - Jayasuriya

Apr 5, 2006: Pakistan marched steadily to a win inside three days at Kandy, which was Sanath Jayasuriya's last day of Test cricket. He gave a brief reflection before Mahela Jayawardene and Bob Woolmer spoke about a most unusual match

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Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kandy, 3rd day

Younis steers Pakistan to victory

Apr 5, 2006: Led by contrasting half-centuries from Younis Khan and Imran Farhat, Pakistan strolled to an ultimately comfortable eight-wicket win over Sri Lanka on the third afternoon of the final Test

The Bulletin by Osman Samiuddin

A sad and undeserved ending

Apr 4, 2006: Sanath Jayasuriya's Test career been ended on a painful note after dislocating his right thumb during the second Test against Pakistan at Kandy

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Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kandy, 2nd day

'Whatever the score, we will have to defend'

Apr 4, 2006: Twenty wickets fell on the second day at Kandy and Sri Lanka finished with a lead of 182 and two wickets in hand. Here's what Mahela Jayawardene had to say on the day's events

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Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kandy

Injury ends Jayasuriya's Test career

Apr 4, 2006: Sanath Jayasuriya's Test career been ended on a painful note after dislocating his right thumb during the second Test against Pakistan at Kandy

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Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kandy, 2nd day

Pakistan fightback through dazzling Asif

Apr 4, 2006: Muttiah Muralitharan picked up his 51st five-for in Tests but another fluctuating day saw Sri Lanka crash to 73 for 8, with Mohammad Asif wrecking havoc at Kandy

The Bulletin by Osman Samiuddin

Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kandy, 1st day

'If we had bowled first, we'd have bowled them out'

Apr 3, 2006: Sri Lanka ended the first day of Sanath Jayasuriya's farewell Test on 267 for 8. Here's what Trevor Penney, Sri Lanka's assistant coach, had to say on the day's events

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Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kandy, 1st day

Sangakkara shines in even battle

Apr 3, 2006: It swung one way, then the other, then back again only to be further prodded and nudged back and forth on an intriguing first day.

The Bulletin by Osman Samiuddin

Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kandy

Woolmer plays down allegations

Apr 3, 2006: Bob Woolmer, the Pakistan coach, has played down suggestions that he was interfering with the preparation of the pitch

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Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kandy

Sri Lanka hope for one more show from Sanath

Apr 2, 2006: A preview to the second Test between Sri Lanka and Pakistan at Kandy, where Sanath Jayasuriya will place his final Test

Preview by Osman Samiuddin

Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kandy

Sri Lanka aim to send Jayasuriya off in style

Apr 1, 2006: Sri Lanka are hoping to give their former skipper, Snath Jayasuriya, a grand farewell by winning the second and final Test against Pakistan

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Tour Results
Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Kandy - Apr 3-5, 2006
Pakistan won by 8 wickets
Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Colombo (SSC) - Mar 26-30, 2006
Match drawn
Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Colombo (SSC) - Mar 22, 2006
Pakistan won by 4 wickets (with 28 balls remaining)
Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Colombo (RPS) - Mar 19, 2006
Pakistan won by 4 wickets (with 32 balls remaining)
Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Colombo (RPS) - Mar 17, 2006
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