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Weather may determine fate of Kandy Test

THE fickle weather in Kandy is expected to play a key role in not only determining the fate of the second cricket Test between Sri Lanka and West Indies, but also the composition of the teams. It had been raining on and often in the past two days here, which has resulted in the pitch being covered.

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Harmison routs Australia

ENGLAND strike bowler Steve Harmison took five wickets as world champions Australia crashed to 190 all out on the first afternoon of the opening Ashes test. Harmison, who cut Ricky Ponting's cheek open, took five for 43 in 11.2 overs.

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Australiaís Ponting and Langer react on the first day of the first test of The Ashes series at Lordís cricket ground in London Australiaís opening batsman Justin Langer (R) calls for assistance as captain Ricky Ponting (L) looks at his damaged helmet after being hit in the face by a ball from Englandís Steve Harmison on the first day of the first test of The Ashes series at Lordís cricket ground in London, July 21, 2005. (REUTERS)


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