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2003: At Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo, July 28, 29, 30, 31
2003: At P
Jul 30, 2002: Sri Lanka completed formalities shortly before the scheduled luncheon interval on the fourth day, bowling out Bangladesh for 184 to secure their tenth consecutive victory on home soil; and their first win without the services of Muttiah Muralitharan
Jul 30, 2002: Opener Michael Vandort made a strong case for inclusion in Sri Lanka's squad for their two-Test tour of South Africa this November, as he scored a maiden Test century at the Sinhalese Sports Club on the third day of this one-sided series
Jul 29, 2002: Sri Lanka's bowlers, no doubt wary of another ear bashing from Sanath Jayasuriya, who has become increasingly agitated by their ill-discipline in recent weeks, reasserted the home team's dominance in this ACL Cables Test series on Monday
Jul 28, 2002: Sri Lanka's controversial decision to field an under-strength side in this ACL Cables Second Test against Bangladesh proved costly as the tourists produced their most disciplined performance of the series, restricting the hosts to 301 for eight at
Jul 23, 2002: It may not have healed the scars of their battering in England, but Sri Lanka will be hoping that normal service has resumed after an emphatic innings and 196 run victory against Bangladesh, the largest ever win in their 126 Test history
Jul 22, 2002: Some of his team-mates may have squandered their chances of boosting their Test averages against the world's weakest bowling attack, but Aravinda de Silva's experience insured that he cashed in on a perfect opportunity to show the Sri Lankan
Jul 21, 2002: Four days after their return from England, Sri Lanka's disheartened cricketers were pressed back into action against Test greenhorns Bangladesh
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