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Third Test

England v Sri Lanka

2003: At Manchester, June 13, 14, 15, 16, 17

Lawrence Booth

England's cricketers emerge from World Cup shadow

Jun 17, 2002: England's cricketers briefly emerged from the World Cup's shadow, cheered to the rafters by 2000 loyal supporters during a thrilling finish to a one-sided series against Sri Lanka

Charlie Austin

England snatch a dramatic Test win at Old Trafford

Jun 17, 2002: It was only a couple of days ago that the crowd at Old Trafford was cheering wildly as an English foot made contact with a ball

Ralph Dellor

Weather prevents Sri Lanka from taking further punishment

Jun 16, 2002: It came as something of a merciful relief when rain and bad light caused the umpires to call of play in the 16th over of Sri Lanka's second innings

Ralph Dellor

Stewart ton and Vaas milestone as England fans cheer on two fronts

Jun 15, 2002: A large proportion of the crowd at Old Trafford would have thoroughly enjoyed their day

Ralph Dellor

Bad light and rain end second day at Old Trafford with England in charge

Jun 14, 2002: Only 117 minutes of play were possible at Old Trafford on the second day of this Test, but that was long enough for England to consolidate their position by moving the score along to 377 for six when sepulchral gloom enshrouded the ground as a

Ralph Dellor

England in charge as rain brings early finish at Old Trafford

Jun 13, 2002: On a day that finished early because of rain and bad light, England had made hay while the clouds rolled by earlier in the day to lay the foundations for another very healthy total after winning the toss

Ralph Dellor
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