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Yes Moments: JL and Gilly click in Hobart

Justin Langer and Adam Gilchrst recall their incredible partnership against Pakistan in 1999, as Langer admits that a noisy bat handle might not have been to blame for a famous knick off Wasim Akram


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Comedians in Bars Talking Cricket - Dilruk Jayasinha

Sri Lanka's finest Aussie comic recalls some amazing memories of the 1996 World Cup win, explains why he'd love to hang out with Sangakkara and reviews Murali's comedy stylings at the crease


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The Inner Circle: Curtly wrecks the WACA

The legendary Windies quick recalls the 1993 tour that led to his famous 7-1, one of the most devastating bowling spells ever seen on Australian soil


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Thrust into, and thriving in, the IPL spotlight has Victoria allrounder Marcus Stoinis wanting more

Sri Lanka strike early to remove Voges

An innocuous-looking push soon turned into a horror start to day five for Australia when replays discovered Adam Voges was out, caught and bowled by Rangana Herath


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Patterson brings his A-game to Brisbane

NSW batsman Kurtis Patterson shows his class with a knock of 74 for Australia A on the first day of the winter 'A' series in the Queensland capital


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Stoinis stamps his authority with big century

Victoria allrounder Marcus Stoinis has started the winter 'A' series with a bang, blasting his way to a century against the South Africans at Allan Border Field


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'We don't play to draw games': Law

Australia's batting coach acknowledges it will be difficult but if enough overs are available the Australian team will be pushing for a win


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'We need to break partnership early'

Sri Lanka coach Graham Ford says a wearing day five wicket and some sharp turn could be just the factors the home side needs to pull off a famous victory


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Day five thriller on cards in Kandy

The first Test is all set for a thrilling final day after Sri Lanka continued their fightback on the fourth day to leave Australia with a battle on their hands


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Enter Sandakan: mystery man bewitches Aussies

Sri Lanka debutant Lakshan Sandakan was in the thick of the action on day four but his ball to Joe Burns sent shockwaves through the Australian dressing room


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Super-sub Henriques takes 'an absolute ripper'

Moises Henriques was on the field for the injured Stephen O'Keefe and made his mark with a superb, left-handed catch to end the Sri Lankan innings


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'I've never seen a bowled quite like it'

Sri Lanka tailender Lakshan Sandakan decided to take the attack to Mitchell Starc, but the left-arm firebrand soon had his revenge with a bizzare dismissal


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Maddinson stars as CPL hits the US

The Caribbean Premier League has hit the United States for the first time, and Aussie Nic Maddinson celebrated with a match-winning knock for Guyana


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O'Keefe injury 'a pretty big loss for us': Lyon

The newest member of the 200 Test wicket club Nathan Lyon gives credit to Sri Lanka centurion Kusal Mendis and laments the unfortunate injury to fellow spinner Stephen O'Keefe


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Test perfectly poised after Mendis masterclass

Day three was dominated by Sri Lanka's 21-year-old batsman Kusal Mendis, with the hosts holding a 196-run lead as Australia's bowlers worked hard for their wickets


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