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Mendis, Dickwella thrust Sri Lanka ahead (1:52)
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11hAndrew Fidel Fernando and Osman Samiuddin

How the ball-tampering episode unfolded in St Lucia

Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal has been officially charged with ball tampering in the ongoing Test. Here is the sequence that led to the state of events

Sri Lanka restrict West Indies' lead after morning's drama (2:00)
SL deny ball-tampering allegations (3:22)
Ball-change controversy delays start of play in St Lucia (0:48)
Highlights: Devon Smith half-century guides West Indies reply (2:05)
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2dThe Report by Andrew Fidel Fernando

Gabriel gets five again but SL lead nears 300

Two dashing innings - a confident 87 off 117 from Kusal Mendis, and a stroke filled 62 off 70 from Niroshan Dickwella - propelled Sri Lanka to a 287-run lead in St Lucia, edging them ahead in the Test

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3dThe Report by Andrew Fidel Fernando

Smith and Kumara shine on rain-hit day

Only 42.3 overs were possible due to intermittent showers, enough time for the opener to score a fifty and the fast bowler to show some menace

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6dAndrew Fidel Fernando

Karunaratne to captain Sri Lanka A in Bangladesh

Karunaratne, who was ruled out of the ongoing tour of the West Indies with a broken finger, will return to action with the Sri Lanka A squad, which also features Dasun Shanaka, Lahiru Thirimanne and Lakshan Sandakan

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We just need one more big effort - Stuart Law

The West Indies coach wants his bowlers to hit the right lengths and target the stumps on the final day, taking some assistance from the variable bounce of the pitch

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9dThe Report by Andrew Fidel Fernando

Kusal Mendis keeps SL fighting in improbable chase

Setting Sri Lanka a monumental 453 to chase before removing three top-order wickets, West Indies continued to stride towards victory but Kusal Mendis stood in their way with a defiant 94 on on day four

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Spinners help India retain top position

A day after they were handed their first loss in the history of Asia Cup, India chased down 108 with ease to stage a seven-wicket win against Sri Lanka in Kuala Lumpur

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