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SL's competitive spirit a huge positive - Pothas (1:07)
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Pitches like Eden a preparation for overseas tours - Rahul (2:07)
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Chopra: India timed declaration nicely (2:00)
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2dESPNcricinfo staff

Dilruwan survives after unusual review

After being adjudged lbw Dilruwan turned around and began walking back towards the dressing room, only to turn around and ask for a review, and the decision was overturned after replays suggested the ball had hit him outside the line of off stump

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2dKarthik Krishnaswamy in Kolkata

A crucial innings, the Rangana Herath way

Rangana Herath mixed some cracking shots square of the wicket with a good sprinkling of plays and misses in a unique innings that was frustrating for India and very, very handy for Sri Lanka

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'Compared to first two days, today was easy to bat' - Rangana Herath (0:49)
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Aakash Chopra: Sri Lanka bowlers looked ordinary on day four (2:08)
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'Weather permitting, we are confident of making a game of it' - Pujura (1:37)
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Fifties simply not enough - Mathews (1:35)
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Aakash Chopra: Sri Lanka batsmen played as the conditions demanded (2:49)
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3dThe Report by Nikhil Kalro

Sri Lanka well placed to take first-innings lead

Half-centuries from Angelo Mathews and Lahiru Thirimanne - in tough batting conditions - frustrated India after they were bowled out for 172 on the third day in Kolkata

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4dThe Report by Nikhil Kalro

India wobble against seam before rain washes out second day

Dasun Shanaka took two wickets as India were reduced to 74 for 5 in bowling-friendly conditions before a period of persistent rain forced officials to call off play more than two hours before the scheduled close

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5dKarthik Krishnaswamy in Kolkata

Breaks in play stopped batsmen from finding rhythm - Bangar

In the other camp, Sri Lanka bowling coach Ratnayake praised Lakmal, saying his spell was among the best he has seen "in a long time", but was also wary that batting would be equally difficult for his team on this surface

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Aakash Chopra: Rohit Sharma ould have been released for Ranji too (1:03)
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Aakash Chopra: Suranga Lakmal was absolutely top class (4:47)
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Rangana Herath key as SL seek first win in India (1:28)
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5dThe Report by Sidharth Monga

Lakmal 6-6-0-3 tortures India in tough conditions

Only 11.5 overs of cricket was possible in the first two sessions of the Kolkata Test, but they were 11.5 difficult overs for India, asked to bat on a damp green pitch under overcast skies

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