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World Twenty20, 2009

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Australia rapped for slow over-rate

Jun 9, 2009: Australia have been fined for their slow-over rate during their game against Sri Lanka at Trent Bridge

ESPNcricinfo staff

Australia v Sri Lanka, ICC World Twenty20, Trent Bridge

Sangakkara, Ponting hail Mendis

Jun 8, 2009: Kumar Sangakkara, leading Sri Lanka for the first time, remained unbeaten and secured victory but reserved special mention for Ajantha Mendis who revelled in his first outing against Australia in any format

George Binoy at Trent Bridge

Australia v Sri Lanka, ICC World Twenty20, Trent Bridge

Sangakkara and Dilshan dump Australia out

Jun 8, 2009: Sri Lanka dumped Australia out of the ICC World Twenty20 with a six-wicket victory at Trent Bridge

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

Australia v Sri Lanka, ICC World Twenty20, Trent Bridge

Hussey expects Australia to respond

Jun 7, 2009: David Hussey has backed Australia to recover from a Chris Gayle pounding and progress into the Super Eights of the ICC World Twenty20

ESPNcricinfo staff

Australia v Sri Lanka, World Twenty20, Group C, Trent Bridge

Fighting for survival

Jun 7, 2009: Sri Lanka's first match of the tournament is the most crucial one for Australia, who must win to stay alive

ESPNcricinfo staff
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