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Fifth One-Day International

Sri Lanka v South Africa

2005: South Africa in Sri Lanka, 2004

Brian Murgatroyd

Fourth One-Day International

Sri Lanka v South Africa

2005: South Africa in Sri Lanka, 2004

Brian Murgatroyd

Third One-Day International

Sri Lanka v South Africa

2005: South Africa in Sri Lanka, 2004

Brian Murgatroyd

Second One-Day International

Sri Lanka v South Africa

2005: South Africa in Sri Lanka, 2004

Brian Murgatroyd

First One-Day International

Sri Lanka v South Africa

2005: South Africa in Sri Lanka, 2004

Brian Murgatroyd

Second Test

Sri Lanka v South Africa

2005: South Africa in Sri Lanka, 2004

Brian Murgatroyd

First Test

Sri Lanka v South Africa

2005: South Africa in Sri Lanka, 2004

Brian Murgatroyd

Tour Summary

The South Africans in Sri Lanka, 2004

2005: The South Africans in Sri Lanka, 2004

Brian Murgatroyd

Sri Lanka v South Africa, 5th ODI, Colombo

'It's great to finish here with a win' - Jayawardene

Aug 31, 2004: After Sri Lanka completed their 5-0 whitewash in Colombo, both captains spoke to the press, along with South Africa's disappointed coach Eric Simons

Charlie Austin

Sri Lanka v South Africa, 5th ODI, Colombo

Sri Lanka complete the rout

Aug 31, 2004: Despite a brave fighting century from Jacques Kallis (101), South Africa suffered the double humiliation of a series whitewash and a record-equalling tenth successive defeat as Sri Lanka - courtesy of some high-octane batting in the morning, fine

Bulletin by Charlie Austin

Sri Lanka v South Africa, 5th ODI, Colombo

Sri Lanka aim for series whitewash

Aug 30, 2004: Sri Lanka could well be missing Marvan Atapattu, their captain, for the secondsuccessive game as they bid to finish on a high against South Africa, andcomplete a series whitewash on August 31 at the Sinhalese Sports Club

Preview by Charlie Austin

Sri Lanka v South Africa, 5th ODI, Colombo

Sri Lanka aim for series whitewash

Aug 30, 2004: Sri Lanka could well be missing Marvan Atapattu, their captain, for the secondsuccessive game as they bid to finish on a high against South Africa, andcomplete a series whitewash on August 31 at the Sinhalese Sports Club

Preview by Charlie Austin

Former bowler speaks out

'South Africa's performance is unacceptable' - de Villiers

Aug 28, 2004: Fanie de Villiers, the former seam bowler, feels that there is a dire need for immediate changes in South African cricket and says that the performance of the national team is 'unacceptable'.

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Sri Lanka v South Africa, 4th ODI, Dambulla

Sangakkara seals emphatic victory

Aug 28, 2004: Sri Lanka's dream run continued in Dambulla with an emphatic display that oozed confidence

Bulletin by Charlie Austin

Sri Lanka v South Africa, 4th ODI, Dambulla

Atapattu may miss latest match

Aug 27, 2004: With the five-match one-day series already in the bag, Sri Lanka are set to rest Marvan Atapattu - their captain and matchwinner in the last game with 97 not out - and Chaminda Vaas from the fourth match at Dambulla on Saturday, a move that South

Preview by Charlie Austin at Dambulla

Gate receipts from 4th Sri Lanka-South Africa ODI to go to charity

SL players and board to help drought victims

Aug 27, 2004: Sri Lanka's cricketers and the cricket board have joined an island-wide relief campaign to help drought victims in the rain-starved north-eastern provinces of the country

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Sri Lanka v South Africa, 3rd ODI, Dambulla

Atapattu stars as Sri Lanka win

Aug 25, 2004: Marvan Atapattu's wonderful 97 not out helped Sri Lanka to a win at Dambulla, giving them a decisive 3-0 lead in the series

Bulletin by Charlie Austin at Dambulla

South Africa v Sri Lanka, 3rd ODI, Dambulla

Gibbs gives South Africa pause for thought

Aug 24, 2004: The wretched form of Herschelle Gibbs leaves South Africa facing a serious selection dilemma as they try to lift themselves out of a rut - a losing run that stretches back seven games - and keep alive their series hopes in Dambulla on Wednesday

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Consecutive losses go down badly

Smith - 'We would be lucky to be called club cricketers'

Aug 23, 2004: South Africa are having a decidedly bad time of it in Sri Lanka

Charlie Austin

Consecutive losses go down badly

Smith - 'We would be lucky to be called club cricketers'

Aug 23, 2004: South Africa are having a decidedly bad time of it in Sri Lanka

Charlie Austin
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Tour Results
Sri Lanka v South Africa at Colombo (SSC) - Aug 31, 2004
Sri Lanka won by 49 runs
Sri Lanka v South Africa at Dambulla - Aug 28, 2004
Sri Lanka won by 7 wickets (with 23 balls remaining)
Sri Lanka v South Africa at Dambulla - Aug 25, 2004
Sri Lanka won by 4 wickets (with 14 balls remaining)
Sri Lanka v South Africa at Colombo (RPS) - Aug 22, 2004
Sri Lanka won by 37 runs
Sri Lanka v South Africa at Colombo (RPS) - Aug 20, 2004
Sri Lanka won by 3 wickets (with 6 balls remaining)
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