[Discussion Thread] Sri Lanka vs Australia, 2nd Final, CB Series, 2012

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2nd Final: Australia v Sri Lanka at Adelaide Mar 6, 2012

(13:50 local | 03:20 GMT | 22:20 EST | 21:20 CST | 19:20 PST)

Any changes to the team? Angelo will probably come in. Who will be left out?

Australia squad
MJ Clarke*, SR Watson, DT Christian, XJ Doherty, PJ Forrest, BW Hilfenhaus, DJ Hussey, MEK Hussey, B Lee, CJ McKay, JL Pattinson, MS Wade†, DA Warner

Sri Lanka squad
DPMD Jayawardene*, AD Mathews, LD Chandimal†, TM Dilshan, HMRKB Herath, CK Kapugedera, KMDN Kulasekara, MF Maharoof, SL Malinga, NLTC Perera, KTGD Prasad, KC Sangakkara†, SMSM Senanayake, WU Tharanga, HDRL Thirimanne, UWMBCA Welegedara

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One match decides it all. If

One match decides it all. If we perform badly in the next 100 overs we are done.

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What We Need to Win

SL needs to win the toss and put Aus to bat.
Then we have to keep them under 300,
which means bowling a tight line and length.
Can't blame erratic bowling on ground conditions, like in
the first game. The batsmen must come through this time.
They are at their best when they chase.

Good luck, boys!

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dilshan, mahela and sanga

dilshan, mahela and sanga have to score at least 150 runs in total if they dont contribute then we lost this one too.....

malinga cant bowl yorkers because of the field mahela is setting.....

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mahela will have 2 or 3 match

mahela will have 2 or 3 match banned

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