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June 2, 2006
Sri Lanka saved some face on the first day of the Trent Bridge Test, with Chaminda Vaas helping them from 139 for 8 to 231. But England had reason to be pleased, as Jon Lewis took 3 for 68 on debut, bowling as well in the sun as he is known to do in overcast conditions. Andrew Miller, Cricinfo's England editor, takes Ranjit Shinde through the day's play. Listen in.
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