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WEST INDIES 448(141.4 OVERS)
1ST INNINGS

SRI LANKA 590/9d(202.4 OVERS)
1ST INNINGS

WEST INDIES 144(78.3 OVERS)
2ND INNINGS

SRI LANKA 6/0(0.4 OVERS)
2ND INNINGS

0.4
4
Stuart to Jayasuriya, FOUR runs, on the stumps,driven in to extra cover boundry thats it,sri lanka win the 10 wickets
0.3
0
Stuart to Jayasuriya, no run,
0.2
2
Stuart to Jayasuriya, 2 runs, pushes in to point over through
0.1
0
Stuart to Jayasuriya, no run,

All over for WI and only rain can save them, there is a large dark cloud lurking about An amazing turnabout aftet the fine 1st innings performance by the WI batting? We shall have the SL reply chasing 3 runs for you in a few minutes Match State: Innings Break

78.3
W
Muralitharan to Stuart, OUT, he tried to turn the 'doosra' the one that does other things to leg but got a leading edge to Vaas at mid off

CEL Stuart c Vaas b Muralitharan 2 (22m 19b 0x4 0x6) SR: 10.52

78.2
0
Muralitharan to Stuart, no run, pushed back
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