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Bowling isn’t broken. It is the batting that needs fixing!

http://gty.im/463400706 Nothing has gone well for Sri Lanka in the world cup thus far. Their pre-tournament form was wrecked, the world cup song for Sri Lanka was cheesy and Kumar Dharmasena- the Sri Lankan umpire found him in the middle… Continue Reading →

2014 ICC Awards: Missed opportunities for Angelo Mathews and Rangana Herath?

The winners of the a href=”http://www.sportskeeda.com/cricket/mitchell-johnson-icc-test-ab-de-villiers-odi-cricketer” target=”_blank”>ICC awards for the year 2014 were announced yesterday, with Mitchell Johnson claiming the ICC Cricketer of the Year as well as the ICC Test Cricketer of the Year, while Aaron Finch won the T20I Performance of… Continue Reading →

Sri Lanka's Anathematized Young Batsmen

Sri Lanka is quirky among Cricket Playing Nations. Among the Top Cricket Playing Nations, Sri Lanka has the least GDP; is the second least populated; has the worst domestic structure; and has the least number of International Stadiums.  Sri Lanka has a Sports… Continue Reading →

Three Places Up for Grabs in the Sri Lankan Test Side

As the first class match against Northamptonshire is auguring well for Sri Lanka ahead of the Tests against England, still there are three slots in the test side to be filled. Sri Lanka’s batting order has the experience of Sangakkara and… Continue Reading →

Mankading is all about Intellect vs Mind

Three nights ago Buttler was in the headlines for his titillating century that brought England within the vicinity of victory at Lords and Sachithra Senanayake found himself being Googled all over the world, after he was reported by the umpires… Continue Reading →

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