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Sri Lanka's captain and leading Test run scorer
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Sri Lanka in England 2011

'Mindset is the most important preparation'

May 25, 2011: Sri Lanka's middle-order superstar on the challenge awaiting him on his fourth Test tour of England

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Happy the win overshadowed my milestone

Jan 2, 2011: After what we achieved in Durban, anything is possible for us. That's how you progress as a team: you set yourself little goals and try and achieve that

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'We've got our World Cup squad more or less in place'

Aug 13, 2010: There were a lot of positives from the Test series; now the focus shifts to the tri-series, and a lot of emphasis will be on the big one, six months away

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India not as aggressive as a No.1 team should be

Aug 1, 2010: It was disappointing to note that India did not go for an early declaration to make a game of the second Test. However, the third Test should produce a result on a livelier wicket

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Sri Lanka v India, 2nd Test, SSC

We need to keep Harbhajan under control

Jul 25, 2010: If we can keep India's No. 1 bowler quiet, we will probably have won half the battle

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The bat will dominate

Jul 17, 2010: For India it will be time to avenge the loss of 2008. For Sri Lanka, a test of how they fare without Murali and other recent retirees

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Sanath makes batting easy

Dec 26, 2009: In ODIs and Tests alike, Jayasuriya deflated bowling attacks, taking pressure off his team-mates

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Pressure on top

Sep 8, 2009: The experienced batsmen need to stand up and be counted if Sri Lanka are to get out of their one-day rut

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Time to set the record straight

Aug 17, 2009: The last time New Zealand visited Sri Lanka, both Tests were drawn. This is an opportunity to learn from that experience and put things right

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Tough calls pay off

Jul 27, 2009: Dropping Vaas, having Dilshan keep - not all the decisions Sri Lanka made against Pakistan were universally acclaimed, but they worked in the end

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Clive Rice, a South Africa and Notts colossus, now beset by illness, looks back at his career. By Luke Alfred

Bell's Ashes rollercoaster

Ian Bell is the one England player remaining from the heady summer of 2005, but that great series is not all fond memories for him, he tells David Hopps

Bravo helps cricket break new ground

Dwayne Bravo's sensational catch in the IPL is in line to win cricket's first ESPY

Ken Grieves, lost hero

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'I will walk away myself, but I still have some goals in my mind'

On the eve of his 100th Test, Pakistan's Younis Khan talks about achieving his dreams, beating controversy, and his retirement plan

Most fourth-innings tons, best average in Pak history

Statistics and records to celebrate Younis Khan's incredible journey as a Test cricketer. His next Test will be the 100th of his career

An irate Rayudu and Soumya's 'leg-cricket'

Plays of the day from the third ODI between Bangladesh and India in Mirpur

Longest-serving players, and shortest Test-match days

Plus: oldest debut centurions, youngest to 9000 Test runs, and the highest completed innings without extras

A squad without pace, keepers, or future planning

Five questions for the selectors who picked the second-string squad for the tour of Zimbabwe

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