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Second Test

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka

2005: The Sri Lankans in Zimbabwe, 2003-04

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First Test

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka

2005: The Sri Lankans in Zimbabwe, 2003-04

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Fifth One-Day International

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka

2005: The Sri Lankans in Zimbabwe, 2003-04

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Fourth One-Day International

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka

2005: The Sri Lankans in Zimbabwe, 2003-04

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Third One-Day International

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka

2005: The Sri Lankans in Zimbabwe, 2003-04

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Second One-Day International

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka

2005: The Sri Lankans in Zimbabwe, 2003-04

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First One-Day International

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka

2005: The Sri Lankans in Zimbabwe, 2003-04

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Tour Summary

The Sri Lankans in Zimbabwe, 2003-04

2005: The Sri Lankans in Zimbabwe, 2003-04

Marvan Atapattu

'Zimbabwe was not an easy tour'

May 26, 2004: Marvan Atapattu, Sri Lanka's new Test captain, talks to Charlie Austin about his first months in the job, and a difficult tour of Zimbabwe

The Friday Column

Atapattu's run-fest, and the Whatmore effect

May 21, 2004: Perhaps numbers never do reveal the full story, but they tell a large part of it

S Rajesh

The world-record holder returns to Sri Lanka

Muralitharan mobbed in triumphant homecoming

May 20, 2004: Muttiah Muralitharan, the newly-crowned world-record Test bowler, has returned home to a hero's welcome in Sri Lanka

Charlie Austin in Colombo

Preserving the standards of Test cricket

ICC to consider two-tier format

May 19, 2004: The ICC has stated that it is open to the idea of having a two-tier format for Tests

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Sri Lanka in Australia 2004

'It will be a big challenge without Murali' - Atapattu

May 18, 2004: Marvan Atapattu, Sri Lanka's captain, said that Sri Lanka's tour of Australia next month would be an even bigger challenge for his side if Muttiah Muralitharan decides to pull out.

Wisden Cricinfo staff

The Zimbabwe crisis

Time for India to rise and be heard

May 18, 2004: The powerful cannot expect to exist in a vacuum; with power comes wider responsibilities

Sambit Bal

The chucking controversy

'Murali agreed not to bowl the doosra' - ICC

May 18, 2004: Muttiah Muralitharan has agreed not to bowl his controversial doosra for the moment

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, 4th day

Sri Lanka complete victory by a massive margin

May 17, 2004: Zimbabwe batted better in their second innings at Bulawayo, but could not prevent Sri Lanka sweeping the series 2-0, with a crushing victory by an innings and 254 runs

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, 3rd day

'Disappointed I couldn't get more' - Sangakkara

May 17, 2004: Kumar Sangakkara may have missed out on a great opportunity to score his maiden triple-century, but he is happy that his 270 signalled a personal return to form and put the runs on the board for the team

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka, 2nd Test, Bulawayo

Ebrahim lands one-match ban

May 16, 2004: Someone in the Zimbabwe Cricket Union must have broken quite a few mirrors in recent months, so wretched is its luck

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, 3rd day

Whatever this was, it wasn't Test cricket

May 16, 2004: Ever since the standoff between the Zimbabwe Cricket Union and the rebel cricketers began, the kind of grotesquely one-sided day witnessed today had been on the cards

Wisden Cricinfo staff

The crisis in Zimbabwe cricket

Geoff Marsh to quit as Zimbabwe coach

May 16, 2004: Geoff Marsh, Zimbabwe's coach, will not be seeking a renewal of his contract when it expires in September

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Tour Results
Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka at Bulawayo - May 14-17, 2004
Sri Lanka won by an innings and 254 runs
Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka at Harare - May 6-8, 2004
Sri Lanka won by an innings and 240 runs
Zimbabwe A v Sri Lankans at Harare - May 1-3, 2004
Match drawn
Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka at Harare - Apr 29, 2004
Sri Lanka won by 25 runs
Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka at Harare - Apr 27, 2004
Sri Lanka won by 72 runs
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