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Friday, November 21, 2014 - 05:24

Yes, It is important to have some stability!

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Friday, November 21, 2014 - 05:19

Chandimal fails again! Still need to give him a few more chances to come good. Now that we have invested a lot on him. Good opportunity for Jeevan to make claim.

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Friday, November 21, 2014 - 05:15

If I read the comments I would not have wasted my time/bandwidth to to read this article! No Comments

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Friday, November 21, 2014 - 05:11

can remember some guy playing the exact same shot against the same opposition at the Oval, London... can't remember who tho... :P

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Friday, November 21, 2014 - 04:23

Kaushal Silva has opened with Kusal in the first warm-up match today. Definitely it should have been Kithruwan with Kusal to open. Unbelievably, Kithruwan is not among playing XI today.

Silva is useless in ODIs. Problem with Silva is that he has used to leave many deliveries at the beginning of the inning. It is OK in tests, but batsmen can’t do it regularly in ODIs. However, with the ODI mindset, Silva has put his bat to deliveries early today, but poor fellow has nicked and got out for 2 runs.

Posted in: [Discussion Thread] England in Sri Lanka 2014 by R Peterson - Reply to this comment.

I want to believe there is no substance to this article. He is only one who was holding our batting together in tests. With his current form don't know where would he end up as test runs scorer? It would be silly to think he would. But if he did... Sanath Jayasuriya and Nisantha Ranatunge have lot to answer for. How long can someone like him tolerate all those nonsense which is still going on at SLC?

Posted in: Sangakkara to announce retirement by Byron Raj - Reply to this comment.
Friday, November 21, 2014 - 04:21

Journalism 101 : U confirm with the AGENT/MANAGER of a celebrity BEFORE u run a story about them,NOT AFTER....

SL sports journalism #fail

but to those gullible fans who started running with it; it serves them right :D))))))))))

PS: and i don't even have a degree in Journalism like these guys do... LOOL

Posted in: Sanga is not going to retire from all forms of the game - Sanga's Manager by UppercuT - Reply to this comment.
Friday, November 21, 2014 - 04:14

If Mahela opens batting, I think Sangakkara is the best option to bat at no. 4. It would be the more rigid batting order, other than big three batsmen going at no. 1, 2 and 3 positions. On the other hand it would strengthen the middle order too.
So my combination is;
1) Mahela
2) Dilshan
3) Thirimanne
4) Sangakkara
5) Mathews
6) Chandimal/Priyanjan/Kithruwan

Posted in: If Mahela opens against England, who should bat at No. 4? by R Peterson - Reply to this comment.
Friday, November 21, 2014 - 03:57

Here we go again - Sanga for me folks. Sure its not all about statistics but his record is second to none. You cannot possibly say a guy who averages 58 is not better than a guy who averages in the 40's. If you look further, his double hundreds, his application and technique are way ahead of Ara. Yes Ara was a great batter and could rip apart any attack but that alone doesnt cut it for me.

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Friday, November 21, 2014 - 03:56

His fellow journalists are calling him a monkey! Hoo Hooo....

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