Sri Lanka adopt softly-softly approach

Sri Lanka adopted a soft-softly approach ahead of the second test against South Africa in Durban on Boxing Day by spending a few days away from the cricket field in an attempt to allow their players to recover from the bruising that they received in the first test of the series.


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