Re-jigged Sri Lankan batting raises hopes

A fifty partnership for the first wicket, never mind that a catch was put down at second slip, more than 40 for the second wicket, and an unbroken third wicket that has already added 69, raises hopes that the re-jigged Sri Lankan batting is finally standing up.


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