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Cricket | Sri Lanka tour of South Africa 2018/19

Proteas close out T20 series against Sri Lanka
South Africa completed another clean-sweep when they downed Sri Lanka by 45 runs on the Duckworth/Lewis/Stern method in the third and final Twenty20 at the Wanderers Stadium. Read full article
Tour Diary – Sri Lanka in South Africa, Week 6
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Proteas win by 16 runs to clinch series
Clinical new ball bowling helped South Africa win the second T20 International against Sri Lanka at SuperSport Park on Friday evening by 16 runs. Read full article
Proteas clinch Super Over to down Sri Lanka
South Africa finally held their nerve to beat Sri Lanka by nine runs in the Super Over in the first KFC T20 international at Newlands in Cape Town on Tuesday. Read full article
SA clean-sweep Sri Lanka at Newlands
South Africa clinched the fifth and final one-day international against Sri Lanka by 41 runs on the Duckworth/Lewis/Stern method at PPC Newlands in Cape Town on Saturday in bizarre circumstances. Read full article
Tour Diary – Sri Lanka in South Africa, Week 5
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Sri Lanka recall coach ahead of South Africa T20 series
Sri Lanka on Thursday recalled head coach Chandika Hathurushingha ahead of a three-match T20 series in South Africa amid reports of tensions with several players. Read full article
All-round Proteas ease past Sri Lanka
Quinton de Kock equalled Jonty Rhodes's record of five consecutive ODI half-centuries and Faf du Plessis contributed 43 as the Proteas completed a routine six-wicket victory. Read full article
Amla to miss ODIs on compassionate grounds
Hashim Amla has pulled out of the South African ODI squad to play Sri Lanka for family reasons, granting a reprieve for opener Reeza Hendricks who had been dropped for the final two matches of the series. Read full article
Experienced trio back for South Africa's remaining ODI games
Hashim Amla, JP Duminy and Aiden Markram all return to South Africa’s squad for the last two One Day Internationals against Sri Lanka as Cricket South Africa make changes with an eye on World Cup selection. Read full article
De Kock the star in Proteas’ rain-hit win
South Africa won the third Momentum ODI by 72 runs via the Duckworth-Lewis method after rain forced a three-hour delay at Kingsmead in Durban on Sunday Read full article
Tour Diary – Sri Lanka in South Africa, Week 4
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Du Plessis, Rabada landmarks sink Sri Lanka
Captain Faf du Plessis welcomed 5 000 ODI runs and fast bowler Kagiso Rabada 100 wickets, as South Africa sealed comfortable victory over Sri Lanka at SuperSport Park in Centurion on Wednesday. Read full article
Faf century steers Proteas to victory
Faf du Plessis struck the 11th ODI century of his career, as he led the Proteas to a comfortable eight-wicket victory in the first ODI against Sri Lanka at the Wanderers on Sunday. Read full article
Tour Diary – Sri Lanka in South Africa, Week 3
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Ngidi recalled to ODI squad; Nortje named new cap
Cricket South Africa (CSA) has recalled Lungi Ngidi to the Proteas squad for the first three Momentum ODIs against Sri Lanka and has also named fellow fast bowler, Anrich Nortje of the Warriors, as a new cap. Read full article
Faf bemused by Proteas loss to Sri Lanka
South Africa captain Faf du Plessis was at a loss to explain his side's surprise 2-0 home test series loss to Sri Lanka, an unexpected setback for a team hoping to topple India as the No 1 side in the world. Read full article
Sri Lanka claim historic series victory
Sri Lanka made history by becoming the first sub-continent nation to win a test series in South Africa when they clinched the second match by eight wickets at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth on Saturday. Read full article
Wickets galore at St George’s Park
An incredible 18 wickets fell on day two as the second test between South Africa and Sri Lanka sped along to its conclusion at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth on Friday with the visitors in the ascendancy. Read full article
Sri Lankans edge day one at St George’s
South Africa’s Quinton de Kock and Aiden Markram made half-centuries but it was Sri Lanka who edged the honours after day one of the second test at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth on Thursday. Read full article
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