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Third one-day international

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh

2003: At R

Second one-day international

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh

2003: At Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo, August 5

First one-day international

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh

2003: At Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo, August 4

Second Test

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh

2003: At Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo, July 28, 29, 30, 31

First Test

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh

2003: At P

The Bangladeshis in Sri Lanka, 2002

2003: Bangladesh had played a single Test in Colombo the previous September, as part of the Asian Test Championship, when the Sri Lankan captain, Sanath Jayasuriya, showed how he rated them by ordering two of his batsmen to retire out when they had

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

Sri Lanka stroll to third comprehensive win

Aug 7, 2002: Bangladesh's anguish continued at Premadasa International Stadium on Wednesday as Sri Lanka warmed up for the Morocco Cup starting next week with another comprehensive victory

Charlie Austin

Bangladesh slump to humiliating defeat

Aug 4, 2002: On Sunday Bangladesh had pointed to a brighter future with a respectable performance, but on Monday they reinforced their reputation as international minnows, as they were bowled out for a humiliating 76 at the Sinhalese Sports Club

Charlie Austin

Sri Lanka in full swing at SSC

Aug 4, 2002: With three `papara' bands in full swing under the corrugated tin roofs at the Sinhalese Sports Club, Sri Lanka celebrated the return of Aravinda de Silva and Muttiah Muralitharan to their one-day side, cruising to a comfortable five-wicket win

Charlie Austin

Jayasuriya welcomes return of De Silva

Aug 3, 2002: Captain Sanath Jayasuriya has welcome the recall of veteran batsman Aravinda de Silva, as Sri Lanka start their final run in to the 2003 World Cup with a three-match series against Bangladesh starting Sunday

Charlie Austin

ACL Cables One Day International Series

Aug 2, 2002: The ACL Cables One Day International Series will begin on Sunday, 4th August 2002 at the SSC, with Sri Lanka taking on Bangladesh for the ACL Cables One Day International Series Winners Trophy

BCCSL

Sri Lanka secure tenth consecutive win on home soil

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

Charlie Austin

Sri Lanka Squad for First and Second ODI's Versus Bangladesh

Jul 30, 2002: The Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports has approved the following squad of players and officials which was chosen by the National Selection Committee to represent Sri Lanka in the First and Second One-Day-Internationals versus Bangladesh, to be

BCCSL

Aravinda de Silva returns to Sri Lanka one-day team

Jul 30, 2002: Aravinda de Silva has been named in a new-look Sri Lanka one-day squad for the three-match one-day series against Bangladesh starting Sunday and the Morocco Cup triangular that follows

CricInfo

Vandort states case for Test inclusion

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

Charlie Austin

Sri Lanka's bowlers grab the initiative with bat and ball

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

Charlie Austin

Sri Lanka ponder selectors' wisdom as batting fails

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

Charlie Austin

Muralitharan to face disciplinary inquiry

Jul 27, 2002: Muralitharan is facing a disciplinary action from the BCCSL for the comments he has allegedly made in a live television show

Rex Clementine

Sri Lanka rest nine players for second Bangladesh Test

Jul 27, 2002: Sri Lanka will gamble on a second-string side when they face Bangladesh in the second Test at the Sinhalese Sports Club starting Sunday, resting nine established players and awarding three new caps as the selectors look to the future

Charlie Austin

Officials for Sri Lanka vs. Bangladesh ODI Series

Jul 27, 2002: We take pleasure in sending you the list of officials for the Sri Lanka versus Bangladesh One-Day-International Series

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Tour Results
Sri Lanka v Bangladesh at Colombo (RPS) - Aug 7, 2002
Sri Lanka won by 58 runs
Sri Lanka v Bangladesh at Colombo (SSC) - Aug 5, 2002
Sri Lanka won by 8 wickets (with 206 balls remaining)
Sri Lanka v Bangladesh at Colombo (SSC) - Aug 4, 2002
Sri Lanka won by 5 wickets (with 32 balls remaining)
Sri Lanka v Bangladesh at Colombo (SSC) - Jul 28-31, 2002
Sri Lanka won by 288 runs
Sri Lanka v Bangladesh at Colombo (PSS) - Jul 21-23, 2002
Sri Lanka won by an innings and 196 runs
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