Randiv likely to fit into the allrounder slot
This is a very unique situation indeed. When Sri Lanka takes on England at the Galle stadium tomorrow, in the first of two Tests, arguably for the first time in history a home side goes into a Test match with the visiting team having the home advantage.
Learning a lesson from Bangladesh

Passion, commitment and the will to win – those were the vital ingredients that the green clad Bangladesh cricketers possessed during their conquering march through the Asia Cup tournament. They may have fallen at the post but they made sure that cricket as a whole was the ultimate winner.

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