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Former Sri Lanka batsman; commentator
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Sri Lanka in India 2009-10

Sri Lanka need not panic

Dec 27, 2009: Sangakkara's men cannot afford to go into survival mode. They need their core to step up drive the team forward with an eye on the World Cup

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Sri Lanka in good shape despite injuries

Dec 20, 2009: A balanced selection for the second ODI allowed the team to bounce back from the defeat in Rajkot; their debutant bowlers impressed, as did the middle order

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Multi-faceted dilemmas await Sri Lanka

Dec 14, 2009: To win the ODIs, the tourists must build on the big pluses of the Twenty20 series, mainly their batting

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Sri Lanka need to be mentally stronger

Dec 8, 2009: If Sri Lanka aspire to be No.1, they need to be stronger in the mind and maintain high standards when the going gets tough

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Murali and Mendis need to attack

Nov 29, 2009: The defining aspect of Sri Lanka's performance in the series has been the defensive mindset of their lead spinners, both of whom seem to have a confidence problem

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Sri Lanka took their foot off the gas

Nov 22, 2009: There was a noticeable lack of intent from the visitors, especially on the third evening and fourth morning

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The Cricket Monthly May issue

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