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2003: At Manchester, June 13, 14, 15, 16, 17
2003: At Birmingham, May 30, 31, June 1, 2
2003: At Lord's, May 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
2003: In their 21st year as a Test-playing nation, Sri Lanka's adulthood was finally recognised with the present they most wanted: a first full tour of England
Jul 11, 2002: Sachin Tendulkar's 113 took India to their highest score in the NatWest Series so far
Jul 11, 2002: Sri Lanka's wretched NatWest tournament ended with a comprehensive 63-run defeat by India at Bristol
Jul 9, 2002: England's man of the match Ronnie Irani was thrilled with his team's win in the dress rehearsal for the NatWest Series Final at The AMP Oval
Jul 9, 2002: India have been beaten for the first time in the NatWest Series, after England completed an emphatic 64-run victory at The AMP Oval in the dress rehearsal for Saturday's final at Lord's
Jul 7, 2002: Nasser Hussain calls his team performance clumsy while Jayasuriya says his team will try to win the next match against India too, even though they are out of the NatWest Finals.
Jul 7, 2002: Sri Lanka have beaten England by 23 runs to salvage a measure of pride in the NatWest triangular series
Jul 7, 2002: Fast bowler Ruchira Perera, who was reported for having a suspect bowlingaction after Sri Lanka's first Test at Lord's, has been given the green light to resume bowling after making modifications to his action.
Jul 6, 2002: For a side that had to win this match to maintain a chance of reaching the final, Sri Lanka produced a totally inept batting performance, only to fight back well with the ball to keep their hopes alive to the very end
Jul 5, 2002: Nasser Hussain believes England have learned from Sachin Tendulkar's example after he scored a century in the washed-out NatWest match between England and India at Chester-le-Street
Jul 4, 2002: The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have written to Yorkshire asking the club to explain the low attendance at the NatWest Series one-day international between England and Sri Lanka at Headingley on Tuesday.
Jul 3, 2002: India may have drawn first blood against England in their first NatWest encounter at Lord's on Saturday, but captain Sourav Ganguly is in no mood for complacency as he prepares his team for tomorrow's day-night match at Chester-le-Street.
Jul 3, 2002: Alec Stewart will become the first England player to make 150 appearances in one-day internationals tomorrow afternoon, when England meet India in the NatWest Series day-night match at Chester-le-Street.
Jul 3, 2002: England captain Nasser Hussain insists that England will persevere with Matthew Hoggard despite two below-par performances in the NatWest Series
Jul 2, 2002: England seem to bat better in the dark
Jul 1, 2002: Arnold - middle order specialist
Jul 1, 2002: Darren Gough has declared himself fit to play for England against Sri Lanka at Headingley in the fourth match of the NatWest triangular series