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England are on the back foot

Dec 17, 2007: Sri Lanka have dictated terms in the series so far, but England will come hard at Galle

Practice makes perfect

Dec 7, 2007: The secret of a purple patch: practice, and keeping things simple

A challenge, not a relief

Nov 29, 2007: Sri Lanka need to look at the England series as an opportunity to develop as a team

Australia do the basics best

Nov 22, 2007: Sri Lanka may have lost the series, but they've gained a lot else

Batsmen need to stand up

We need to handle pressure better

Nov 14, 2007: The Brisbane Test was a sobering experience, and there were plenty of lessons learned from it

It's a myth we can't play bounce

Nov 6, 2007: The key to batting in Australia is being positive both about hitting the ball and leaving it

We're here to win

Oct 31, 2007: Things are shaping up nicely for Sri Lanka after their first tour game

We need to annoy the opposition

Oct 24, 2007: What it'll take for Sri Lanka on their tour of Australia

We did not perform anywhere near potential

Oct 11, 2007: The below-par performance against England has hurt

Fast bowlers could be the key

Oct 1, 2007: Why the spinners may not be the main threats for England on their tour of Sri Lanka

You need self-belief and attitude

Apr 8, 2007: A big thank you to Jayasuriya and Muralitharan

I feel sorry for India's cricketers

Mar 28, 2007: The World Cup feels a little empty without India

Our youngsters are ready to make their mark

Mar 14, 2007: Not too much to worry about from Sri Lanka's defeat to New Zealand in the warm-up match

Full throttle

Feb 5, 2007: Sri Lanka are looking to hit their straps ahead of the World Cup

Starting to make winning a habit

Jan 17, 2007: A look back at Sri Lanka's tour of New Zealand, and ahead to the tour of India and the World Cup

Off-field incidents did not distract us

Dec 22, 2006: Sri Lanka deserved to win in New Zealand because they played better cricket

Being positive isn't always about hitting everything

Dec 13, 2006: The need to find a better balance between strokemaking and leaving

The Ponting formula

Nov 9, 2006: Australia's captain has served as an inspiration to all modern-day batsmen with his consistency

Pushing the envelope

Oct 19, 2006: There has been a marked change in attitude and a new hunger for success in the Sri Lankan team

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