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Cricket-Australia v Sri Lanka - second T20 scoreboard

Jan 28 (Reuters) - Scoreboard from the second and final Twenty20 International match between Australia and Sri Lanka at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Monday: Sri Lanka: T. Dilshan b Faulkner 6 K. Perera c Bailey b Maxwell 15 D. Chandimal c Bailey b Laughlin 5 M. Jayawardene not out 61 J. Mendis c Faulkner b Doherty 25 T. Perera not out 35 Extras (b-1, lb-8, w-5) 14 Total (For 4 wickets in 20 overs) 161 Did not bat: A. Mathews, N. Kulasekara, A. Mendis, L. Malinga, A. Dananjaya.

Cricket-Australia v Sri :anka - first T20 scoreboard

Jan 26 (Reuters) - Scoreboard of the first Australia v Sri Lanka Twenty20 International at the Sydney Olympic Stadium on Saturday. Australia: D. Warner not out 90 A. Finch c K. Perera b Kulasekara 1 S. Marsh run out 6 G. Bailey c Dilshan b T. Perera 11 A. Voges not out 25 Extras (b-1, lb-2, w-1) 4 Total (for 3 wickets in 20 overs) 137 Did not bat: M. Wade, G. Maxwell, B. Cutting, M. Starc, X. Doherty, B. Laughlin. Fall of wickets: 1-8 2-31 3-53.

UPDATE 2-Cricket-Hughes century helps Australia to level series

(Adds details and quotes) HOBART, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Phil Hughes returned to form with a century before Xavier Doherty and Moises Henriques took three wickets each to lead Australia to a series-levelling 32-run win over Sri Lanka in the final one-day cricket international on Wednesday. Hughes struck 138 not out at Bellerive Oval but Sri Lanka were on course to overhaul Australia's 247-5 until Doherty exploited spin-friendly conditions to dismiss three of the tourists' top four batsmen.

Cricket-Australia v Sri Lanka - fifth ODI scoreboard

HOBART, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Scoreboard from the final one-day international between Australia and Sri Lanka at the Bellerive Oval on Wednesday. Australia won by 32 runs to draw the series 2-2.

UPDATE 2-Cricket-Sydney ODI abandoned due to rain and wet outfield

SYDNEY, Jan 20 (Reuters) - Rain and a wet outfield brought a premature end to the fourth one-day international between Australia and Sri Lanka on Sunday but not before the hosts' batting frailties had been exposed again. Bowled out for 74 runs inside 27 overs in Friday's match at Brisbane, Australia wobbled again before reaching 222-9 at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

UPDATE 1-Cricket-Sydney ODI abandoned due to rain, wet outfield

(Updates after match abandoned) SYDNEY, Jan 20 (Reuters) - The fourth one-day international between Australia and Sri Lanka was abandoned due to rain and wet outfield but not before the hosts' batting frailties were exposed again on Sunday. Bowled out for 74 runs inside 27 overs in Friday's match at Brisbane, Australia wobbled again before reaching 222-9 at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

Cricket-Australia v Sri Lanka - third ODI scoreboard

Jan 18 (Reuters) - Scoreboard for the third of five one-day cricket internationals between Australia and Sri Lanka at the Gabba on Friday.

Update 2-Cricket-Kulasekara sparks Sri Lanka ODI victory

(Adds details) Jan 18 (Reuters) - Sri Lanka laboured to a four-wicket victory after right-arm pacer Nuwan Kulasekara destroyed Australia with a fine display of swing bowling in the third one-day international in Brisbane on Friday. Australia's top and middle order batsmen capitulated before Kulasekara's inswing while Lasith Malinga (3-22) polished off the tail to bowl out the hosts for 74 in 26.4 overs.

Cricket-Australia v Sri Lanka - second ODI scoreboard

ADELAIDE, Jan 13 (Reuters) - Scoreboard in the second of five one-day cricket internationals between Australia and Sri Lanka at the Adelaide Oval on Sunday: Sri Lanka win by eight wickets. Australia innings A Finch c J Mendis b Mathews 4 P Hughes lbw b Kulasekara 3 G Bailey c Thirimanne b Malinga 26 D Hussey run out (Dilshan) 29 S Smith c K Perera b T Perera 8

UPDATE 2-Cricket-Sri Lanka beat Australia by eight wickets

(Adds details) ADELAIDE, Jan 13 (Reuters) - Lahiru Thirimanne struck his first one-day century as Sri Lanka levelled the one-day series against Australia with a convincing eight-wicket win on Sunday. Sri Lanka put the hosts in to bat after rain delayed the start at the Adelaide Oval and the bowlers capitalised on cloud cover and moisture in the pitch to restrict Australia to 170 all out from 46.5 overs.
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