Match Day

578dThe Bulletin by Andrew Miller

Tharanga and Dilshan crush England

Tillakaratne Dilshan and Upul Tharanga put their team within touching distance of the World Cup semi-finals, as they overcame a tricky start to their innings to lay into England's bowlers with an unbeaten first-wicket stand of 132

578dSa'adi Thawfeeq at the Premadasa

Sangakkara eyeing all-Asian final

Kumar Sangakkara has said that Sri Lanka have every chance of making it an all-subcontinental final in the 2011 World Cup

578dSidharth Monga at the Premadasa

Sri Lanka put Premadasa chasing fears to rest

The last time 230 was chased at the Premadasa was six-and-a-half years ago. It was fitting then that on the big day the home side lost the toss, and put in a supreme performance to comfortably chase and win

578dSa'adi Thawfeeq

Muralitharan fit for quarter-final

Sri Lanka received a huge boost ahead of their World Cup quarter-final match against England on Saturday when their key spinner Muttiah Muralitharan was declared fit to play


200dThe Preview by Andrew Miller

Contrasting campaigners prepare to do or die

England are back in the knock-outs for the first time in four World Cups, and given the excitement they have served up in the past month, their Colombo encounter once again has the makings of a humdinger